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(Genera) Order No. 28 was the last in series of 1923) 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 



Harrisburg, Pa., January S, 792j. 

General Orders, ) 
No. 1. I 

1. The organizations of the Pennsylvania National Guard will be assembled in 
their respective armories for Federal inspection required by Paragraph 93, N. D. A. r 
and Paragraphs 522 to 529, inclusive, N. G. R., 1922, on the dates indicated below. 

"* 2. The Commanding General. 28th Division, is directed to present the various 
organizations of the Pennsylvania National Guard for Federal inspection on the 
dates mentioned herein. 

3. In accordance with Act of Assembly an inspection by National Guard officers 
will be made. This inspection will be concurrent with the Federal inspection, but 
will in no way interfere with or delay the Federal inspection, nor will the National 
Guard inspection under any conditions take precedence over the Federal inspection. 
The Commanding General, 28th Division, is directed to detail National Guard offi- 
cers for this inspection. Transportation is authorized, and where officers are not 
permanently employed, or where such inspection will not accrue to their credit for 
armory drills, per diem pay will be allowed. Care will be exercised to make these 
details in such a manner as to require the least expenditure of funds. 

4. The Commanding General, 28th Division,, will prepare blank forms for the 
Stat .' inspection and will advise inspectors as to the requirements of the inspection, 

5. Regimental Commanders will arrange for the presence of at least one field or 
staff officer at each inspection and require remarks and criticisms from such officers. 
State transportation will be used wherever necessary for this purpose, but schedules- 
should be so arranged as to require a minimum amount of transportation. Regi- 
mental Commanders will consolidate such comments and criticisms and forward 
them through channels to the Division Commander. The criticisms relating to 
strength of organization, condition, care of equipment, missing equipment or excess 
equipment will be forwarded by the Division Commander to this office. 



STATE STAFF CORPS AND DEPARTMENTS. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Office of D. S. and D. 0., 
Staff Corps and Departments, 


Feb. 12, 1924, 
Feb. 12, 1924, 


10 :00 A. M. 
8:00 P. M. 


Arsenal, Harrisburg, 
Office, Adjutant General, Harris- 
burg, 
Mt. Gretna, 
Harrisburg, 
Philadelphia. 


Military Reservation, 
State Arsenal, 
Essington Rifle Range, 


Feb. 13, 1924, 
Feb. 12, 1924, 
Mar. 21, 1924, 


10:00 A. M. 
10:00 A. M. 
10 :00 A. M. 


TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION. 


UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 
Headquarters Detachment, 


Mar. 21, 1924, 
Mar. 21, 1924, 


8:00 P. M. 
8:00 P. M. 


32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila- 
delphia, 

32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila- 
delphia. 



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SPECIAL TROOPS. TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


17, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Hdqrs. Detachment, 


Mar. 


17, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p, 


M. 


Hdqrs. Company, 28th Dir., 


Mar. 


17, 


3 924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


28th Tank Company, 


Mar. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


28th Military Police Co., 


Mar. 


19, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p, 


M. 


28th Signal Company, 


Mar. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


00 


I>. 


M. 


103rd Motorcycle Co. , 


Mar. 


17, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


103rd Ordnance Co., 


Mar. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



4111 Mantua Ave., Philadelphia, 

4111 Mantua Ave., Philadelphia, 

4111 Mantua Ave., Philadelphia, 
Norristown, 
York, 

Penn Ave. and Station Sts., E. 

E. Pittsburgh, 

4111 Mantua Ave., Philadelphia, 

4111 Mantua Ave., Philadelphia, 

4111 Mantau Ave., Philadelphia^ 



S5TH INFANTRY BRIGADE. 



UNIT. 



Headquarters, 
Headquarters Co. 



DATE. 



Feb. 
Mar. 



26, 1924, 
17, 1924, 



HOUR. 



:00 P. M. 
:00 P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Washington, Pa. 
Harrisburg, 



109TH INFANTRY. 



UNIT. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


10, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M 


Scranton. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


24, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Seranton. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


10, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


13, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick, 


Headquarters Company, 


Mar. 


10, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Service Company, 


Mar. 


24, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Seranton. 


Howitzer Company, 


Mar. 


17, 


1924, 


8 


00 


1'. 


M. 


Scranton. 


1st Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 


Mar. 


24, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Seranton. 


2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Co. , 


Mar. 


19, 


1924, 


8 


00 


1'. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 


Mar. 


11. 


1924, 


8 


00 


V. 


M. 


Williamsport, 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


17, 


1924, 


8 


00 


V. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company A, 


Mar. 


2G, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company B, 


Mar. 


27, 


1924, 


8 


00 


1'. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company C, 


Mar. 


28, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company D, 


Mar. 


28, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company E, 


Mar. 


20, 


1924,- 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale, 


Company F, 


Mar. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Carbondale, 


Company G, 


Mar. 


25, 


1924. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Stroudsburg, 


Company H, 


Mar. 


21, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Honesdale, 


Company I, 


Mar. 


13, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick, 


Company K, 


Mar. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Williamsport, 


•Company L, 


Mar. 


12, 


1924,. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Jlilten, 


Company M, 


Mar. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. 



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110TH INFANTRY. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION 


OF 


ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


7 :15 


P. 


M. 


Washington, 








! 1 i 'It 1 ] i ,Mjr|ii.i 1 i 1 , 


Feb. 


14, 


1024, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


New Brighton, 








| Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


7 :15 


J'. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


and 


10th 


St., 














toona, 








3rd Bn. Headquarters, 
I-Tea fin im vt prs Ooinnanv 


Feb. 


27, 


1924, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Monongahela, 








Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


8 :00 


J\ 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


and 


10th 


St., 














toona, 








Service Oo. (le^s 7'aud) , 


Feb. 


If, 


1924. 


7 :3~0 


P. 


M. 


Seottdale, 








Band Section Service Co., 


Feb. 


5, 


1924, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


and 


10th 


St., 














toona, 








Howitzer Company, 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Connellsville. 








i*st Bn. Hdqrs. Co. , 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


Washington, 








2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Co. , 


Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


7:30 


I'. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


and 


10th 


St., 














toona, 








3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 


Feb. 


13, 


1924, 


7 :30 


I'. 


M. 


Greensburg, 








Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


20, 


1024, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


Connellsville, 








Company A, 


Feb. 


27, 


1924, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


Monongahela, 








Company B, 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


New Brighton, 






Company C, 


Feb. 


21, 


1924, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


Somerset, 








Company D, 


Feb. 


15, 


1024, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


Monos^en, 








' ompauy E, 


Feb. 


18, 


1924, 


7 :4j 


P. 


M. 


Mt. Pleasant, 








Company F, 


Feb. 


7. 


1924, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


Indiana, 








Company G, 


Feb. 


5, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 
toona, 


and 


10th 


St., 


Company H, 


Feb. 


26, 


1024, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Washington, 








Company I, 


Feb. 


13, 


1924, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Greensburg, 








Company K, 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


7 :45 


I'. 


M. 


Waynesburg, 








Company L, 
Company M, 


Feb. 


8, 


1924, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


Blairsville, 








Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


7 :45 


P. 


M. 


Latrobe. 









Al- 



Al 



56th INFANTRY BRIGADE. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 
Headquarters Company, 


Mar. 
Mar. 


18, 1924, 
18, 1924, 


8 :00 P. M. 
8 :00 P. M. 


Walnut St., Columbia, 
Walnut St., Columbia. 



111th INFANTRY. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 




HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and 


Wharton 


Sts., 


Plrila- 


















delphia. 








1st Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and 


Wharton 


Sts., 


Phila- 


















delphia. 








2nd Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and 


Wharton 


Sts., 


Phila- 


















delphia. 








3rd Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


15, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


West Chester. 






Howitzer Company, 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and 


Whartou 


Sts., 


Phila- 


















delphia. 








Service Compile", 


Fob. 


o ^ 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Rrour! Pnd 


Wharton 


Sts., 


Phila- 


Headquarters Co. , 


Feb. 


5, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


delphia. 
Broad and 


Wharton 


Sts., 


Phila- 


















delphia. 








1st Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 


Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


SI. 


Broad and 


Whartou 


Sts., 


Phila- 


2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 
















delphia. 








Feb. 


«, 


1924. 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and 


Wharton 


Sts., 


Phila- 


















delphia. 









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111TH INFANTRY— Continued. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and Wharton Sts., Phila- 




















delphia, 


Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and Wharton Sts., Phila- 


Company 


















delphia. 


A, 


Feb. 


8, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Kinc St. above High, Pottstown, 


Company 


B , 


Feb. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


8th and Sproul Sts., Chester, 


Company- 


0, 


Feb. 


12, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


8th and Sproul Sts. , Chester, 


Company 


D, 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Sheweil Ave., Doylestown, 


Company 


E, 


Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and Wharton Sts., Phila- 


Company 


F, 






1924, 










delphia. 


Feb. 


6, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and Wharton Sts., Phila- - 


Company 


G, 
















delphia. 


Feb. 


13, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and Wharton Sts., Phila- 


( 'oinpany 


















delphia. 


H, 


Feb. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad and Wharton Sts., Phila- 


Company 


















delphia, 


I, 


Feb. 


15, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


N. High St., West Chester, 


Company 


K, 


Feb. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


520 Cherry St., Norristown, 


Company 


L, 


Feb. 


21, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Main St., south of Church, 


Company 


















Phoenixville, 


M, 


Feb. 


19, 


1924, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


State & Church Sts., Media. 



112TH INFANTRY. 




UNITS. 



DATE. 



HOUR. 



Headquarters, 

1st Bn. Headquarters, 

2nd Bu. Headquarters, 

3rd Bn. Headquarters, 

Headquarters Co. , 

Service Co., (less Band), 

Band Sec, Service Co., 

Howitzer Co., 

1st Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 

2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 

3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Co., 

Medical Detachment, 

Company A, 

Company B, 

Company C, 

Company D, 

Company E, 

Company F, 

Company O, 

Company H, 

Company I, 

Company K, 

Company L, 

Company M, 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

IV!,. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Fob. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



19, 1924, 

19, 1924, 

14, 1924, 

7, 1924, 

19, 1924, 

6, 1924, 
14, 1924, 
16, 1924, 
19, 1924, 

14, 1924, 

7, 1924, 

4, 1924, 

11, 1924, 

15, 1924, 

5, 1924, 
4, 1924, 

12, 1924, 

12, 1924, 

13, 1924, 
13, 1924, 

9, 1924, 

8, 1924, 
18, 1924, 

7, 1924, 



P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Grove City, 
Grove City, 

6th and Parade Sts., Erie, 
Kane, 

Grove. City, 
Iiidgway, 

Cth and Parade Sts., Erie, 
Oil City, 
Grove City, 

6th and Parade Sts., Erie, 

Kane, 

Butler, 

Corry, 

Meadville, 

Ford City. 

Butler, 

6th and Parade Sts., Erie, 

6th and Parade Sts., Erie, 

6th and Parade Sts., Erie, 

6th and Parade Sts., Erie, 

Warren, 

Bradford, 

Franklin, 

Kane. 



53rd FIELD ARTILLERY BRIGADE. 



UNITS. 



Headquarters, 
Hdqrs. Battery, 



DATE. 



Mar. 17, 1924, 
Mar. 17, 1924, 



HOUR. 



8 :00 P. M. 
8:00 P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Coraopolis, 
Coraopolis. 



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103rd AMMUNITION TRAIN. 



ORGANIZATION. 



DATE. 



103rd Ammunition Train. 



Feb. 13, 1924, 



HOUR. 



8 :00 P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Tamaqua. 



107TH FIELD ARTILLERY. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF 


ARMORY. 




Headquarters, 


Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory. 


Emerson 


St., 
















Pittsburgh, 






1st Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


no 


P. 


M. 


Phoenixville, 






2nd Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 
Pittsburgh, 


Emerson 


St., 


Headquarters Battery, 


Feb. 


5, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson 


St., 
















Pittsburgh, 
Hunt Armory, 






Service Battery, 


Feb. 


12, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Emerson 


St., 
















Pittsburgh, 




1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Feb. 


16, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Danville, 






Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Elhvood City. 






Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson 


St., 


















Pittsburgh, 




Battery A, 


Feb. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Harrisburg, 






Battery B, 


Feb. 


11. 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson 


St., 
















Pittsburgh, 




Battery C, 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


: nn 


P. 


M. 


Phoenixville, 






Battery D, 


Feb. 


15, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Williamsport, 






Battery E, 


Feb. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson 


St., 
















Pittsburgh, 




Battery F, 


Feb. 


8, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory. 


Emerson 


St., 
















Pittsburgh, 





109TH FIELD ARTILLERY. 



UNITS 



Headquarters, 

1st Bn. Headquarters, 

2nd Bn. Headquarters, 

Headquarters Battery, 

Service Btry. (less Band) , 

Band Sec., Service Btry., 

1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 

2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. 

Medical Detachment, 

Battery A, 

Battery B, 

Battery C, 

Battery D, 

Battery E, 

Battery F, 



dati:. 



Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8: 


(in 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8: 


MM 


p. 


11. 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


MM 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


00 


1', 


M. 


Feb. 


12, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


10, 


1924, 


2 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


5, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


1 1. 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


8, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb, 


4, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


il- 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


ls, 


1924, 


8 


MM 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


19. 


1924. 


8 


MM 


p. 


M. 


Feb. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 



HOUR. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Pittston, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Nanticoke, 

Pittston, 

Plymouth, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 

Wilkes-Barre, 



[G. O. 1] 



6 



103RD ENGINEERS (COMBAT). 
(All units located at Armory: Broad & Callowhill Sts., Philadelphia.) 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OP ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


3, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


1st Bn. Headquarters, 


Mar. 


3, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


2nd Bn. Headquarters, 
Hdqrs. & Service Co., 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Mar. 


24, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


24, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Company A, 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Company B, 


Mar. 


10, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Company C, 


Mar. 


3, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Company D, 


Mar. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Company K, 


Mar. 


13, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, b 


Company F, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 



103RD MEDICAL REGIMENT. 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION 


OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


2nd and For; 


ter Sts., Harri 




















burg, Pa. 




Hdqrs 


Detachment, 


Feb. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Coraopolis, 




103rd 


Medical Sup. Sect. , 


Feb. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


oo 


p. 


M. 


Coraopolis, 




10'Srd 


Lab. Section, 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


00 


I". 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre, 




103rd 


Veterinary Co. , 


Feb. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Fleetwood, 




107 th 


Hospital Company, 


Feb. 


5, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


428 N. Queen 


St., Lancaster, 


108th 


Hospital Company, 


Feb. 


8, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Indiana, 
Wilkes-Barre, 




107th 


Ambulance Company, 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 




108th 


Ambulance Company, 


Feb. 


12, 


1924, 


8 


(Ml 


p. 


M. 


Mansfield, 




107 th 


Sanitary Company, 


Feb. 


11. 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wellsboro. 





28TH DIVISION TRAIN, Q. M. C. 



UNITS. 



Headquarters, 

Hdqrs. Detachment, 

Medical Detachment, 

Veterinary Detachment, 

105th Motor Repair Section, 

105th Wagon Company, 
106th Wagon Company, 
109th Motor Transport Co., 
110th Motor Transport Co., 



DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut St., Harris- 
burg, 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


8:00 


I'. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut St., Harris- 
burg, 


Mar. 


5, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut St., Harris- 
burg, 


Mar. 


5, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut St., Harris- 












burg, 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut St., Harris- 










burg, 


Feb. 


26, 


1924. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Pine Grove, 


Feb. 


29, 


1924, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Hamburg, 


Mar. 


17, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Huntingdon. 

North George St., York. 


Mar. 


13, 


1924, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 



[0. O. 1] 



108TH FIELD ARTILLERY (CORPS TROOPS). 
(All units located at Armory: Broad and Diamond Sts., Philadelphia.) 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters , 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


1st Bn. Headquarters ■ 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


2nd Bn. Headquarters, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 




P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


3rd Bn. Headquarters, 


Mar. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Headquarters Btry. , 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Service Battery, 


Mar. 


3, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Mar. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


■Battery A, 


Mar. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Battery B, 


Mar. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Battery C, 


Feb. 


28, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Battery D, 


Mar. 


13, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Batterr E, 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 


Battery F, 


Feb. 


29, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia, 



176TH FIELD ARTILLERY (CORPS TROOPS). 
(All units located at Armory: Bayard and Thackeray Sts., Pittsburgh.) 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


27, 


1924, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


1st Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


1.-. 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


2ud Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


8 


IS 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


3rd Bn. Headquarters, 


Feb. 


28, 


1924, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Headquarters Battery, 


Feb. 


27, 


1924, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Service Btry. (less Band), 


Feb. 


29, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Band Section, (Serv. Btry.), 


Mar. 


2, 


1924, 


2 


30 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Feb. 


28, 


1924, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


5, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Battery A, 


Mar. 


3, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Battery B, 


Mar. 


10, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Battery C, 


Mar. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


JSattery D, 


Mar. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Battery E, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 


Battery F, 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


8 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh, 



125TH ENGINEER BATTALION (MOUNTED). 



UNIT. 



Company A, 



DATE. 



Mar. 18, 1924, 



HOUR. 



8 :00 P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Howard and 10th St., Altoona. 



[G. O. 1] 



8 



213TH ARTILLERY ( ANTI -AIRCRAFT) , C. A. C. (CORPS TROOPS). 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HOUR. 


LOCATION OF ARMORY. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


no 


p. 


M. 


4th and Union 


Sts., 


Allen town 


1st Bu. Headquarters, 


Mar. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lancaster 




2nd Bn. Headquarters, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lebanon, 






Headquarters Btry. , 


Feb. 


27, 


1924, 


8 


DO 


p. 


M. 


Pottsville, 






Service Btry. , 


Feb. 


28, 


1924, 


8:00 


p. 


M. 


Pottsville. 






1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4th and Union 


Sts., 


Allentown 


2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. , 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lebanon, 




Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


20, 


1921, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4th and Union 


Sts., 


Allentown 


Battery A, 


Mar. 


3, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Reading, 




Battery B, 


Feb. 


21, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4th and Union 


Sts., 


Allentown 


Battery C, 


Feb. 


25, 


1924, 


8 


1)11 


1'. 


M. 


Bethlehem, 






Battery D, 


Feb. 


26, 


1924, 


8 


(III 


p. 


M. 


Easton, 






Battery E, 


Mar. 


4, 


1924, 


8 


(10 


p. 


M. 


Lancaster, 






Battery F, 


Mar. 


5, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lancaster, 






Battery G, 


Feb. 


29. 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Reading, 






Battery H, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lebanon. 







52XD CAVALRY BRIGADE (ARMY TROOPS). 
(All units located at Armory, 23rd and Ranstead Sts., Philadelphia.) 



UNITS. 



Headquarters, 
Headquarters Troop, 



DATE. 



Feb. 
Feb. 



25, 1924, 
25, 1924, 



HOUR. 



! :00 
! :30 



P. M. 
P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Philadelphia, 
Philadelphia. 



108a 



CAVALRY (ARMY TROOPS). 



UNITS. 



Headquarters, 

1st Sq. Headquarters, 

2nd Sq. Headquarters, 

Headquarters Troop, 

Service Troop, 

1st Sq. Hq. Detachment, 

2nd. Sq. Hq. Detachment, 

Medical Detachment, 

Troop A, 

Troop B, 

Troop C, 

Troop D, 

Troop E, 

Troop F, 



DATE. 


HOUR. 


Feb. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


11> 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


0(1 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


12, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


11, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


20, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


15, 


1924, 


8 


(10 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


13, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb, 


15, 


1924, 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


14, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


18, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


19, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Feb. 


21, 


1924, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 
32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 

Lewisburg, 

32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 
32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 
32ud and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 

Lewisburg, 

32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 

32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila., 

32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila.. 

32nd and Lancaster Ave., Phila. 

Lewisburg, 

Sunbury, 

Lock Haven, 



9 



[G. O. 1] 



104TH CAVALRY (ARMY TROOPS). 



UNITS. 


DATE. 


HODK. 


Headquarters , 


Mar. 


12, 


1924, 


7 


00 


P. 


M. 


1st Sq. Headquarters , 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


2nd Sq. Headquarters, 


Mar. 


1 1 . 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


r Tf*n ft /llTfl rf ore 'P v rvfkn 


Mar. 


7, 


1924, 


7 


;;u 


P. 


M. 


Service Troop, 


Mar. 


10, 


1924, 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 


let Sq. Hdqrs. Detachment, 


Mar. 


6, 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


2nd Sq. Hdqrs. Detachment, 


Mar. 


1 1. 


1924, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


12, 


1924, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Troop A, 


Mar. 


4, 
6, 


1924, 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 


Troop B, 


Mar. 


1924, 


7 


00 


P. 


M. 


Troop C, 


Mar. 


1 1 . 


1924, 


7 


(Ml 


P. 


M. 


Troop D, 


Mar. 


13, 


3924, 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 


Troop E, 


Mar. 


14, 


1924, 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 


Troop F, 


Mar. 


5, 


1924, 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



310 Ebner Bldg., Harrisburg, 
Logan Ave., Tyrone, 
Harrisburg, 

2nd and Forster Sts., Harris- 
burg, 

2nd and Forster Sts., Harris- 
burg, 

Logan Ave., Tyrone. 
Harrisburg, 

Rear of 209 Chestnut St., Harris- 
burg. 
New Castle, 
Logan Ave., Tyrone, 
Harrisburg, 
Carlisle. 
Chambersburg, 
Punxsutawney, 



52ND MACHINE GUN SQUADRON (ARMY TROOPS). 



UNITS. 



DATE. 



Headquarters, 
Hdqrs. Detachment, 
Medical Deteh. (Med. Sect.), 
Medical Det. (Vet. Sect) , 
Troop A, 
Troop B, 
Troop C, 



.Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



20, 1924, 
20, 1924, 
20, 1924, 
23, 1924, 
22, 1924, 
1924, 
1924, 



21, 
23, 



HOUR. 



8 :00 P. M. 

8 :00 P. M. 

8 :00 P. M. 

2:30 P.M. 



8 :00 
8:00 
2:30 



P. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 



LOCATION OF ARMORY. 



Bellefonte, 
Bellefonte, 
Bellefonte, 
Lewistown, 
Boalsburg, 
Bellefonte, 
Lewistown. 



By order of GIFF0RD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 

. F. D. BEARY, 

Offlcftl • *' rAe Adjutant General. 



Adjutant. 



s 



[G. O. 2] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNA. NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 



Harrisburg, Pa., January 7, 192-i. 



General Orders 
No. 2. 



1. The out-door season for rifle and pistol practice will begin 
May 1, 1924, and will continue until November 30, 1924. 

2. The provisions governing the rental of rifle ranges, repairs 
to the same, employment and pay of caretakers, as published in 
General Orders No. 6, Headquarters Penna. National Guard, The 
Adjutant General's Office, dated March 7, 1923, will govern. 

3. The Division Commander will prepare a schedule of prac- 
tice and a memorandum of instruction for the preliminary gallery 
rifle, pistol and revolver practice, and for out-door rifle, pistol 
and revolver practice, and will publish the same. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander'in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 3.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNA. NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., February 1, 192%. 

General Orders, 1 
No. 3. S 

I. The following appointments and assignments were made during the month 
of January, 1924 : 



Name. 


Bank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Raymond Brunner Johnson 


Warrant 

Officer. 


Jan. 


15, 


'24. 


Jan. 


15, 


'24, 


Quartermaster Corps. 
















Horace Chilton Corbin, 


1st Lieut., 


Jan. 


1. 


•24. 


Jan. 


1, 


•24, 


David Beille Drolsbaugh, 


2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 


1, 


'24. 


Jan. 


1, 


'24, 


Engineers. 
















Conrad Phillip Liebernmn, 


'v.i.l T ,,n/ 
2DH t.'U'Ur 


Jan. 


1, 


'24. 


Jan. 


1, 


'24, 


Coast Artillery Corps. 
















Whitney Bayard Sanders. 


1st Lieut., 


Jan. 


1, 


'24. 


Jan. 


1, 


'24, 


Walter Robert McGce, 


2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 


23, 


'24. 


Jan. 


23, 


'24, 


Field Artillery. 
















Arthur Patterson Schock . 
Edward Hubhs, 


JUL. l_,OX., 

Major, 


Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
9, 


'24. 
'24. 


Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 

!», 


'24 

'24; 


John Leonard Ilearn, 
Wallace Clifford Bower, 
Jr. 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Jan. 
Jan. 


9, 
25, 


•24. 
'24, 


Jan. 
Jan. 


9, 
25, 


'24, 
•24, 


Walter Caskey Dunn, 


1st Lieut., 


Jan. 


2!>, 


'24, 


Jan. 


29, 


'24. 


Thomas Raymond Evans. 
2nd. 

Alfred Harold Anderson 
Herbert Frederick Randall, 
-John Francis Seeberger, 


2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 


1, 


'24, 


Jan. 


1, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


25, 
25, 
21t. 


'24, 
•24, 
'24, 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


25, 
•jr., 
29, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 


Cavalry. 
















James Carlton Williams, 
Olaf Dimling Carlton, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 
Jan. 


25, 
1, 


'24. 
'24, 


Jan. 
Jan. 


25, 
J, 


'23, 
'24, 


Infantry. 
















Paul Boyd Porter, 
Floyd Leslie Agens, 
Norman Bruce Wolfe, 
Kenneth Levi Cox, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


28, 
25, 
28, 
25, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 
'24, 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


28, 
25, 
28, 
25, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 
'23, 


John Reamer Coshey, 
Robert W. Springer, 
Walter George Fielding, 
Earl Solon Wilson, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
28, 
28, 
28, 


•24, 
'24, 
•24, 
•24, 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
28, 
28, 
28, 


•24, 
'24, 
'24, 
'24, 



Assignment. 



Service Tr., 103rd Car. 
as Band Leader. 



M. T. Co. No. 109, 

28th Div. Tn. 
M. T. Co. No. 109, 

28th Div. Tn. 



Company 
Engrs. 



103rd 



1st Bn. Hq., 213th 

Art. (A.-A.). 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Combat Tn., 213tl 

Art. (A.-A.). 

Hq., 176th F. A. 
2nd Bn. Hq., 108th F. 
A. 

Btry. O, 108th F. A. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Combat Tn., 107tl 

F. A. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 176th F. 
A., as Liaison Of- 
ficer. 

Hq. Btry., 53rd F. A. 
Brig. 

Hq. Btry., 107th F. A. 
Btry. E, 107th F. A. 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Combat Tn., 176th 

F. A. 

Troop F, 104th Cav. 
Troop F, 104th Cav. 



Company D, 110th Inf. 
Company F, 112th Inf. 
Company D, 110th Inf. 
28th Mil. Police Co. 

Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 
Company I, 110th Inf. 
Company D, 110th Inf. 
Company K. 111th Inf. 
28th Tank Co., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div. 



[G. O. 3.] 



2 



II. The following officers have resigned : 



Name. 



Thomas R. Evans, 
Edward M. Edwards, 
George F. Fry, 
Albert N. Crouch, 
Thomas R. Evans, 2nd.. 



Rank. 



1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Organization. 



Company P, 100th Infantry, 
Battery B, 108th F. A., 
Battery F, 109th F. A., 
Battery F, 176th F. A., 
Hq. Btry., 53rd F. A. Brig. 



Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



18, '24 
28, '24 



28, 

2:;, 



'24. 
'24. 



28, '24 



III. The following officers have been re-assigned : 



Name. 



Laurence W. Gibb, 
John B. Foley, Jr., 
Horace G. Nichol, Jr., 



Rank. 



1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 



2nd Lieut. 
( Prov. ) , 



Old Assignment. 



2nd Bn. Hq. Det. 
& Comb. Tn., 
107th F. A., 

I. P. & T. Ollicer, 
2nd Bn. Hq., 
176th F. A., 

Btry. F, 107th F. 
A., 



New Assignment. 



Btry. B, 107th F. 
A., 

nq. Btry., 53rd F. 

A. Brig., as 

Aide, 
Btry. B, 107th F. 

- A., 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



Jan. 1, '24. 
Jan. \, '24 
Jan. 14, '24. 



IV. The following officers have been transferred to the Unassigned (Super- 
numerary) List : 



Name. 



Pierre L. Boal, 
Bight er L. Keck, 
Henry F. Budcnauer, 
Waller K. Cohill, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



10°>rd Observation Sq., Air Service, 
Company C, 109th Infantry, 
Company F, 109th Infantry, 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 104th Cav.. 



Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary Lis 



Jan. 25, '24. 

Jan. 29, '24 

Jan. 18, '24 

Jan. 22, '24 



V. Under the provisions of Paragraph 175, National Guard Regulations, 1922, 
Philip Burt Fisher, (Philadelphia County), is appointed a Captain of Field Ar- 
tillery, Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve, to date from January 9, 1924, 
with rank from August 30, 1920. 

VI. The following officers have been placed on the National Guard Reserve : 



Name. 



John 8. Anderson, 
George L. Boat, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut. 



Organization. 



Date of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
Reserve. 



Companv L, 110th Infantry, 
Regtl. Hq., 111th Infantry, 



Jan. 
Jan. 



14, '24. 
28, '24 



3 



[G. O. 3.] 



VII. The following officers Lave been granted Federal recognition : 









Date of 


Name 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Federal 
Recognition. 


Olaf D. Carlton. 




2nd Lieut., 


Troop F, 101th Cavalry. 


Jan. 


1, 


'24 


Peter A. Cautilli, 


2nd Lieut., 


2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 


Ju'.y 


26, 


•23 


James A. Dennis, 


2nd Lieut., 


2nd Bn. Hq., 107th F. A., 


Dec. 


4, 


'23 


Edward M. Edwards, 


1st Lieut., 


Battery B, 108th Field Artillery, 


Nov. 


16, 


'23. 


Edward R. Ennis, 


Captain, 


C. A. C, Btry. C, 21 ritn Art. (A-A. ) 


Nov. 


21, 


'23. 


William Fish, 


Major, 


A.-(.t. Dept., A.-(j. bee., Hq., 2eth 








Dir., 


Nov. 


27, 


'23 


John. B. Foley, Jr., 


1st Lieut., 


2nd Bn. Hq., 176th Field Artillery, 


Dec. 


5, 


•23. 


Harrington Herr, 


2nd Lieut., 


Battery D, 108th Field Artillery, 


Nov. 


21, 


•23 


~Henry B. Harvey, 


1st Lieut., 


M. C, Med. Det., 103rd Cavalry, 


Nov. 


24, 


•23. 


John L. Hearn, 


Captain, 


Battery C, 108th Field Artillery, 


Jan. 


9. 


'24 


Edward Hubbs, 


Major, 


2nd Bn. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 


Jan. 


9, 


•24 


Conrad P. Eieberman, 


2nd Lieut., 


Company A, 103rd Engineers, 


Jan. 


1, 


'24 


Henry C. Miller, 


2nd Lieut., 


Battery F, 176th Field Artillery, 


Nov. 


21, 


•23 


Edward D. Nelson, 


1st Lieut., 


Battery E, 108th Field Artillery, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Combat Tn., 


Nov. 


21, 


'23 


George E. Niver, 


2nd Lieut., 












176th F. A., 


Nov. 


14, 


•23 


William W. Reynolds, 


Captain, 


Headquarters Co., 109th Infantry, 


Nov. 


21, 


•23 


Whitney B. Sanders, 


1st Lieut., 


C. A. C, 1st Bn. Hq., 213th Art. 










(A.-A.), 


Jan. 


1, 


•24 


Arthur P. Sehock, 


Lt. Col., 


Regtl. Hq., 176th Field Artillery, 


Jan. 


1, 


•24 


Joseph E, Shaw, 


1st Lieut., 


2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Combat Tn., 








108th F. A. 


Nov. 


21, 


'23. 


Denis T. J. Sullivan, 


1st Lieut., 


M. C, Med. Det., lOSth F. A., 


Dec. 


11, 


•23 


Roy 11. Vhlinger, 


Captain, 


Serv.ce Btry., 176th Field Artillery, 


Dec. 


15, 
18. 


•23. 


Edward W. Warren, 


1st Lieut., 


Howitzer Co., 109th Infantry, 


Dec. 


'23 


James A. Wclker, 


2nd Lieut., 


1st Bn. Hq-. Co., 112th Infantry, 


Nov. 


14, 


•23 


George A. Wiggan, 


2nd Lieut., 


1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 103rd Cal., 


Dec. 


18, 


'23 


Eric F. Wood, 


Colonel, 


Regtl. Hq., 107th Field Artillery, 


Nov. 


16, 


'23 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant. General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 



THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., February 2, 192//. 

General Orders, ) 
No. 4. \ 

I. Under authority from the Militia Bureau (Letter M. P.. 325, 
44-Pa., dated December 18, 1923). Company D. 110th Infantry, 
located at Beaver Falls, Pa., is disbanded, as of January 25, 1924, 
and the location of Company D. 110th Infantry, is changed to 
Monessen, Pa., effective January 31, 1924. 

II. The enlisted men of Company D, 110th Infantry, at Beaver 
Falls, Pa., will be disposed of, as follows : 

Nine transferred to Headquarters Detachment and Combat 
Train, Second Battalion, 107th Field Artillery, to be trans- 
ferred by name, by Division Special Order. 

Four transferred to Company B, 110th Infantry, to be 
transferred by name, by Regimental Special Order. 

The remaining enlisted men will be discharged from the 
company. 

The above transfers and discharges will be made as of 
January 25, 1924. 

The enlistment records of the transferred enlisted men will be 
transmitted by the Commanding Officer, Company D, 110th In- 
fantry, Beaver Falls, Pa., to the Commanding Officers of the organ- 
izations to which the soldiers are transferred, and service records, 
completed by final indorsement, for the soldiers discharged, will be 
transmitted to The Adjutant General's Office, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Regimental Special Order covering transfer of enlisted men to 
Company B, 110th Infantry, will be forwarded to The Adjutant 
General's Office, Harrisburg, Pa. 

III. The personal equipment in possession of the transferred en- 
listed men will be transferred with them, the Commanding Officer, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, Beaver Falls, Pa., accomplish ng 
shipping tickets to the respective Commanding Officers of units to 
which the soldiers are transferred. 

IV. All Federal property in possession of Company D, 110th 
Infantry, at Beaver Falls, Pa., (with the exception of the per- 
sonal equipment of the enlisted men transferred under Par. 2) will 
be inventoried by physical check jointly by Captain Paul B. Porter 
and Captain William V. Kennedy, and transferred as required by 
Par. 874, N. G. R., 1922, from Captain William V. Kennedy to 
Captain Paul B. Porter. 

V. Financial Report of Annual Allowance will be completed 
by Captain William V. Kennedy, as required by G. O. No. 12, A, 
G. O., scries 1923. The report and certified check for balance, pay* 
able to The Adjutant General of Pennsylvania, will be forwarded 
direct to this office. 

VI. Action with regard to the commissioned personnel of Com- 
pany D, 110th Infantry, Beaver Falls, Pa., will be made the sub- 
ject of Special Orders, The Adjutant General's Office. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 5] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNA. NATIONAL GUARD, 

THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., February 19, 192%. 

General Orders, 
No. 5. 



I. Under authority granted by the Chief, Militia Bureau, 
through Third Corps Area, a Camp of Instruction for all officers 
of the Pennsylvania National Guard will be held at the Military 
Reservation, Mt. Gretna, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, from 
Sunday, June 8th, to Thursday, June 12th, inclusive. Attendance 
will be voluntary. 

II. Officers will report not later than 8.00 A. M., Monday, 
June 9th. Quarters and subsistence will be provided from Sun- 
day noon, June 8th. 

III. Officers will return to their home stations leaving Mt. 
Gretna Thursday evening, June 12th. Pay will be allowed for 
four days. 

IV. Major General William O. Price, Jr., commanding 28th 
Division, will command the Camp of Instruction, will arrange a 
program for the full four day period, and will issue all necessary 
orders for the administration of this Camp and the training of the 
officers. 

V. Captain Leo A. Luttringer, the United States Property and 
Disbursing Officer for the State of Pennsylvania, will issue trans- 
portation to all officers who attend this Camp from home station 
to Mt. Gretna and return to home station. The travel is neces- 
sary in the public service. 

VI. All officers desiring to attend the Camp will notify the 
Division Commander and also the United States Property and 
Disbursing Officer direct not later than Friday, May 30th, giving 
their full name, rank, organization and home station. 

VII. Captain W. L. Hiclcs, Superintendent, State Military 
Reservation, will make the necessary arrangements to properly house 
and subsist officers during this tour of field duty. 

VIII. Subsistence will be furnished to all officers at $2.25 per 
day. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 




ro. o. 6.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., March 1, 1924- 

General Orders, ) 
No. 6. f 

I. The following appointments and assignments were made during the month 
of February, 1924: 



Name. 



Adjutant-General 'e 
Department 



Rank 



Captain, 



George Wingficld Phillips. 

Ordnance Department. 
Joseph Antes Walker, 2nd Lieut., 



Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 



Thomas Jefferson Wenner. Captain, 

Veterinary Corps. 
Medical Department. 

William Adam Cawley, \ 1st Lieut. 

Chaplain. 

Joseph Stephen Kelly, j 1st Lieut., 

Engineers. 

Harry Carl Wacker, 2nd Lieut. 

Coast Artillery Corps. 

Ransom Hughes, , 1st Lieut., 

Russell Stanley Stofflet, 2nd Lieut. 

Field Artillery. 

Augustine Smith Janeway.] Lieut Col., 

Richard William Payne, \ 1st Lieut., 

Charles Stuart Wunder, 1st Lieut., 

Hercules Boyd Atkin, ' 2nd Lieut., 
Franklin Bell Thompson. 

Jr.. 2nd Lieut., 

John Broknw McCormick, 2nd Lieut., 

Cavalry. 

Emory Reed Sourbeer, Captain, 

Edgar Van Houten Bell, 1st Lieut., 

Timothy Matthew Cleary, 1st Lieut., 

Radcliffe Cheston Heberton. 2nd Lieut., 

Charles McOinnes Pollock, 2nd Lieut., 



Date of Ap- 
pointment. 



Rank From. 



Assignment. 



Feb. 28, '24, 

Feb. 4, '24, 

Feb. 28, '24, 

Feb. 18, '21, 



Feb. 



'24, 



Nov. 28, '23, 

Feb. 16, '24, 

Feb. 1, '24, 

Feh. 6, '24, 

Feb. 15, '24, 



Feb. 1, '24, 

Dec. 22, '23, 

Feb. 1, '24, 

Feb. 28, '24, 

Feb. 28, '24. 



Oct. 


27, 


'21, 


Feb. 


6, 


'24, 


Feh. 


16, 


'24, 


Feb. 


23, 


'24, 


Feb. 


28. 


'24, 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 


June 


12, 


'22, 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


Nov. 


28, 


'22, 


Feb. 


It?, 


'24, 


Feb. 


1, 


'23, 


Feb. 


6, 


'24, 


Feb. 


15, 


'24, 


Feb. 


1, 


'23, 


Dec. 


22, 


'22, 


Feb. 


1, 


'23, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 



Adj. Sec., S. S. C. 
& D. 



103rd Ord. Co. (Main.), 
Spec. Trs., 28tb Div. 



Med. Lab. Sec. No. 103, 
103rd Med. Regt. 



Med. Det., 103rd Cav. 



RegtJ. Hq.. 111th Inf. 



Co. F, 103rd Engineers. 



Btry. C, 213th Art. 

(A.-A.). 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Combat Tn., 213th 

Art. (A.-A.). 



Hq., 28th Div., as Asst. 

Chief of Staff, G-2. 
Btry A, 108th F. A. 
Btry B, 107th F. A. 
Btry. C, 107th F. A. 

Btry. A, 107th F. A. 
Btry. F, 107th F. A. 



Troop C, 104th Cavalry. 
Troop A, 103rd Cavalry. 
1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. 

Det., 103rd Cav. 
Troop C. 103rd Cavalry. 
Troop C, 104th Cavalry" 



[G. O. 6.] 



2 



Name. 



Infantry. 

James Burke Cousart, 

Walter John Bryden, 
John Franklin Keltz, Jr., 
Robert Seed Stormer, 
Edward McNeely Moore, 
Owen Maxwell Galaher, 
Charles Alvin Etzweiler, 

Robert Gayley Sergeant, 
John Wilfrid Eyre, 
Verncel Robert lAnaberry, 
William Luther Tyrell, 
Stuart Parker Dillon. 
Georae. Theodore Roosevelt 

Wicker, 
Burton iMUis Bisbing. 




Date of ap- 
pointment. 



Eank From. 



Captain, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 


Captain, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 


Feb. 


28, 


*24, 


1st Lieut., 


Feb. 


9, 


'24, 


Feb. 


9, 


'24, 


1st Lieut., 


Feb. 


21, 


'24, 


Feb. 


21, 


'23, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


8, 


'24, 


Feb. 


8, 


'23. 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


19, 


'24, 


Feb. 


19, 


'23, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


20, 


'24, 


Feb. 


20, 


•23, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


4, 


•24, 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


Feb. 


4, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


6, 


'24, 


Feb. 


6, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


7, 


'24. 


Feb. 


7, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


9, 


'24, 


Feb. 


9, 


•24, 


2nd Lieut., 


Feb. 


28, 


'24, 


Feb. 


28, 


'24 



Assignment . 



Hq., Spec. Trs., 28th 

Div., as Adjt. 
Co. F, 109th Inf. 
Co. K. 112th Inf. 
How. Co., 112th Inf. 
Company K, 110th Inf. 
Company H, 110th Inf. 
Hq. Co., 56th Inf. 

Brig. 

Hq. Co., 28th Division. C 
Hq. Co., 28th Division. 
Company I, 100th Inf. 
Company E, 100th Inf. 
Company E, 110th Inf. 
Hq. Co., 110th. Inf. 

1st Bn. Hq. Co., 109th 
Inf. 



II. Captain George W. Phillips, appointed Captain, Adjutant-General's De- 
partment, assigned to Adjutant's Section, State Staff Corps and Departments. 
February 4, 1924. is detailed for duty to Headquarters. 28th Division, as Assistant 
Adjutant, as of February 4, 1924. 



III. Captain Leo A. Luttringer, Quartermaster Corps, assigned to State Staff 
Corps and Departments, is detailed as United States Property and Disbursing 
Officer, Pennsylvania National Guard, as cf February 6, 1924. 



IV. The following officers have resigned : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Hamilton D. Turner, 
John F. Edwards, 
Julius B. Rose, 
Laurence W. Gibb. 
Daniel J. Connell, 


Colonel, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut.. 


William G. Roth, 
Francis B. Hollister, 
Thomas J. Wenner, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


John R. Paul, 
William A. Cowley, 
Peter A. Cautilli, 
Aubrey C. Hartman, 


1st Lieut.. 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 




S. S. C. & D.. aud U. S. P. & D. 0., 
Med. Det., 109th F. A., 
Hq., 53rd F. A. Brigade, 
Battery B, 107th Field Artillery, 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Combat Tn., 109th 
F. A., 

Company B, 110th Infantry, 
Company L, 112th Infantry, 
Med. Lab. Sec. No. 103, 103rd Med. 
Regt., 

Med. Det., 108th F. A., 

Med. Det., 103rd Cavalry, 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 

Company E, 112th Infantry, 



Date of 
Acceptance 
of Resignation. 



Feb. 


5, 


'24. 


Feb. 


29, 


•24. 


Feb. 


14. 


'24. 


Feb. 


9, 


'24. 


Feb. 


13, 


'24. * 


Feb. 


25, 


•24. 


Feb. 


13, 


'24. 


Feb. 


15, 


•24. 


Feb. 


29, 


•24. 


Feb. 


22, 


•24. 


Feb. 


28, 


•24. 


Feb. 


6, 


•24. 



V. Leave of absence from February 24, 1924, to March 24, 1924, is granted 
Second Lieutenant Daniel W. Kinsey, Battery A. 107th Field Artillery, with per- 
mission to go beyond the confines of the State. 



3 

VI. The following officers have been re-assigned : 



[G. O. 6.] 



Name. 



Pemberfon H. Shober. 
Robert C. Simpson. 



John B. Shade, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Captain, 



2nd Lieut. 
(Prov.), 



Old Assignment. 



James ft. Consort. 


1st 


Lieut., 


David S. iDuncan. 


1st 


Lieut., 


George 8. Dix, 


1st 


Lieut. , 


John G. Doran, Jr.. 


1st 


Lieut., 


Karl W. Curtis, 


1st 


Lieut., 


Charles P. M. Simpson. 


1st 


Lieut., 


John W. Eyre. 


2nd 


Lieut., 



Battery A, 108th 
F. A., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Det. 
& Comh. Tn., 
176th F. A., 

Sup. Officer, Hq., 
Spec. Trs., 28th 
Div., and as 
Comdg. Officer 
Hq. Det., Spec. 
Trs., 28th Div., 

Liaison Officer, 
1st Bn. He,., 
108th F. A., 

Battery A, 108th 
F. A., 

Battery A, 176th 
F. A., 

Batterv A, 170th 
F. A., 

Battery C. 1 7Cth 
F. A., 

Hq. Co.. 28th 
Division. 



Troop C, 104th 
Cavalry, 



Ne\v Assignment. 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



3rd Bn. Hq., 108th Feb. 26, '24. 

F. A., as Adjt. 
Battery A, 176th Feb. 26. '24. 

F. A., 

Hq., Spec. Trs., 1 Feb. 15, '24. 
28th Div., 



108th| Feb. 26, '24. 



Battery A, 
F. A., 



Battery F, 

F. A., 
2nd Bn. Hq., 

F. A., 
1st Bn. Hq., 

F. A., 
Battery A, 

F. A., 
Hq., Spec. 

28th Div. 

Sup. Officer, and 

as Comdg. Officer, 

Hq. Det., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div.,| 
Hq., 2ud Sq., 104thj Feb 

Cav., as Adjt. 



108th 


Feb. 


26, 


'24. 


176th! 


Feb. 


26, 


'24. 


176th| 


Feb. 


26, 


'24. 


176th 


Feb. 


26, 


"24. 


Trs. | 

asi 


Feb. 


15. 


•24. 



23, '24. 



VII. So much of Paragraph VI, G. O. No. 26, A. G. O., series 1923, as 
pertains to the transfer of Captain Philip B. Fisher from the Pennsylvania National 
Guard Reserve to the Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, is rescinded, as of Feb- 
ruary 21, 1924. 

VIII. Paragraph V, G. O. No. 3, A- G. O., c. s., appointing Philip Burt 
Fisher a Captain of Field Artillery, Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve, is 
rescinded, as of February 21, 1924. 

IX. The following officers have been transferred to the Unassigned (Super- 
numerary) List : 



Name. 



Rank. 



Organization. 



Date of Trans 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 



John G. Failor, 
Wililam V. Kennedy. 



Captain, 
Captain, 



Battery C, 107th Field Artillery, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 



Feb. 14, '24. 
Jan. 25, '24. 



X. The following officers have been placed on the Surplus List : 

Date of Trans- 
Name. Rank Organization. fer to Surplus 

List. 



Frank A. Weber, 1st Lieut., Company D, 110th Infantry, Jan. 25, '24. 

H. Martin Lee, 2nd Lieut., Company D, 110th Infantry, ' Jan. 25, '24. 



|G. O. 6.1 4 

XI. The following officers have been transferred to the National Guard 
Reserve : 



Date of Trans 

Name. Rank. Organization. fer to N. G. 

Reserve. 



John C. Stevens, Major, 1st Bn. Ho,., 108th F. A., Feb. 4, '24. 

William D. Stroud, Captain, Medical Detach., 108th F. A., Feb. 9, '24. 

Fred A. Brill, Captain, Medical Detach., 108th F. A., Feb. 28, '24. 



XII. State recognition is extended to Company D, 110th Infantry, located 
at Monessen, Pa., to date from Thursday, January 31, 1924. Officers assigned 
from 110th Infantry, as follows : 

Captain Paul B. Porter, 

First Lieutenant Norman B. Wolfe, 

Second Lieutenant Robert W. Springer. 

XIII. The following officers have been granted Federal recognition : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 


Horace O. Corbin, 
Thomas R. Evans, 2nd, 
Raymond B. Johnson, 

Walter R. UcGee, 


1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Warrant 
Officer, 
2nd Lieut., 


Q. M. C, Motor Transport Co. No. 

100, 28th Div. Tn., 
Hq. Btry., 53rd F. A. Brigade, 
Band Leader, Service Tr., 103rd Cav., 
C. A. C, 1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Combat 

Tn., 213th Art. (A. -A.), I 


Jan. 1. '24. 

Jan. 1, "24. 
Jan. 15, '24. 
Jan. 23, '24 



XIV. General Orders No. 1, A. G. O., series 1923, announcing awards of 
decorations by Foreign Governments, the statement relative to Pierre de Lagarde 
Boal is corrected to read as follows : 

Boal, Pierre de Lagarde, captain, Air Service, 103rd Aero Squadron. 

French Legion of Honor (chevalier) by Presidential Decree of September 5, 
1921. 

(No specific citation of record). 

French Croix de Guerre with gilt star, under Order No. 21.157 "D", dated 
July 31, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the fol- 
lowing citation : "A volunteer in the French Army at the commencement of the 
war who conducted himself brilliantly at the front. Assigned afterwards to the 
American Air Service, he rendered great service as instructor of observers in the 
Lafayette Squadron." 

Residence at appointment : Boalsburg, Pa. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Comnvandei'-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



1 



[G. O. 7.] 



HEADQUAKTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., April 1, 1924. 

General Orders, ) 
No. 7. ( 

I. The following appointments and assignments were made during the mouth 
of March, 1924: 



Name. 


Kank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assignment. 


Medical Corps, 
Medical Department". 


















John Fassett Edward*, 
John Rodman Paul, 


Major, 
Captain, 


Mar. 
Mar. 


1 , 
1, 


'2 t, 
'24, 


Mar. 
Mar. 


1, 
1 , 


•24, 
'24, 


Med. Det., 109th F. A. 
Med Det insth I.* a 

4->-*<J'.,. lUOlU I* , r\ , 


Dental Corps, 
Medical Department. 


















Alonzo Tripp Briney, 
Harry Lee Briney, 


Captain, 
Captain, 


Mar. 
Mar. 


17. 
17, 


'24, 
'24, 


Mar. 
Mar. 


17, 
17. 


'24, 
'24, 


Med. Det., 176th F. A 
Med. Det.. 107th F. A. 


Quartermaster Corps. 


















Leo Anthony Luttringer, 


Major, 


Mar. 


10. 


'24, 


Mar. 


10, 


'24, 


S. S. C. & D., as U. S. 

P. & D. Officer. 


Siugal Corps. 


















Qeorge Melvin Harvey, 
Thomas Paul McLaughlin, 


1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Mar. 
Mar. 


C. 
4, 


'24, 
'24, 


Mar. 

Mar. 


<i, 
4, 


'23, 
•24, 


28th Sis. Co., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div. 
28th Sig. Co., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div. 


Coast Artillery Corps. 


















Harry Edwin Peacock, 


Captain, 


Mar. 


21, 


'24, 


Mar. 


21, 


'23, 


Btry. F, 213th Art. 
(A. -A.). 


Field Artillery. 


















Michael Joseph Kane, 


Captain, 


Mar. 


4, 


'24, 


Mar. 


4, 


'24, 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Tn., 176th F. 


Edward Howard York, 
r Jr., 

John Ralph Daub, 
Raymond W i n fi e I d 
Sweeney, 


Captain, 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut.. 


Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 


10, 

15, 
15, 


'24, 

'24, 
•24, 


Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 


10, 

15, 
15, 


'24, 

'23, 
'23, 


A. 

Hegtl. Hq., 108th F. 

A., as I. P. & T. 

Officer. 
Btry. F, 107th F. A. 

3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Tn., 108th F. 
A. 

Brty. B, 107th F. A. 
Serv. Btry., 176th F. A. 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Comb. Tn., 108th F. 

A. 

Serv. Btry., 108th F. A. 
2nd Bn. Hq., 107 th F. 
A., as Communications 


Orville Ferdinand Devlin, 
Roy Leasure McGrew, 
John Fitzsimons Fant, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 


19, 
23, 
10, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 


Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 


19, 
23, 
10, 


'23, 
'23, 
'24, 


John Bergey Keyset; 
James Adelbert Dennis, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


Mar. 
Mar. 


10, 
IT. 


•24, 
'24, 


Mar. 
Mar. 


10, 
17, 


■24, 
'24, 


Gorman Elmer Wynn. 


2nd Lieut., 


Mar. 


6, 


'24, 


Mar. 


6, 


'23, 


Officer. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Tn., 176th F. 
A. 

Btry. D, 176th F. A. 


Philip Williams Surges, 


2nd Lieut., 


Mar. 


6. 


'24, 


Mar. 


6, 


'23, 



[G. O. 7.1 



2 



Name. 



Haines Allen Machesney, 
Jr., 

William 8 t a n i s I a u s 

Devaney, 
Arthur Henry Newton, 
George Marion Bishcr, 
Austin Clark Line. 
Frederick Joseph Roehs, 
Oscar Molloy Frixbie, 
Horace Gibson Nichol, Jr. 
Harold Hill Douthitt, 
John Henry Scheen, 
Arthur Melvin Capper, 
Warren Johnson Chase, 

Cavalry. 

Earl Rutherford Mono, 

Lloyd Chester Pike, 
Donald Chaplain Bowe, 
William MoCoach, 
John Elias Shade, 



Infantry. 

John Joseph Kennedy, 
Louis John Merle, 
Henry Lovett Hayden, 
Harry James McCaughin . 

William Bergey, Jr., 
Rudolph Eraanual Olson, 



Rank. 



2nd Lieut.. 



2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 



Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 



1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



j Major, 

I 1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assignment. 


Mar. 


6, 


•24, 


Mar. 


6, 


•23, 


Btry. 


B, 176th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


12, 


'24, 


Mar. 


12, 


•23, 


Btry. 


B, 100th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


12, 


'24, 


Mar. 


12, 


'23, 


Serv. 


Btrv., 109th 


F. A 


Mar. 


12, 


'24, 


Mar. 


12, 


'23, 


Btry. 


C, 109th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


12, 


'24, 


Mar. 


12, 


'23, 


Btry. 


E, 109th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


15, 


'24 


Mar. 


15, 


'23, 


Serv. 


Btry., 108th 


F. A 


Mar. 


10, 


'24, 


Mar. 


19, 


'23, 


Serv. 


Btrv., 107th 


F. A 


Mar. 


10, 

4, 


'24, 


Mar. 


19, 


•23, 


Btry. 


B, 107th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


'24, 


Mar. 


4, 


•24, 


Btry. 


C, 176th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


4, 


'24, 


Mar. 


4, 


'24, 


Btrv. 


C, 176th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


4. 


'24, 


Mar. 


4, 


•24, 


Btry. 


F, 176th F. 


A. 


Mar. 


27, 


•24, 


Mar. 


27, 


'24, 


Btry. 


F, 107th F. 


A. 



George Roy 
Wise, 



Ellsworth 



1 2nd Lieut. 



Mar. 


6, 


•24, 


Mar. 


6, 


'23, 


Mar. 


21, 


•24. 


Mar. 


21, 


'23, 


Mar. 


27, 


•24, 


Mar. 


27, 




Mar. 


6, 


'24, 


Mar. 


6, 


•23, 


Mar. 


21, 


•24, 


Mar. 


21, 


'23, 



Mar. 4, '24, 

Mar. 4, '24, 

Mar. 15, '24, 

Mar. 19, '24, 



Mar. 4, 

Mar. 4, 

Mar. 15, 

Mar. 19, 



Mar. 27, r 24, i Mar. 27, 
Mar. 4, '24, J Mar. 4, 

Mar. 4, '24, j Mar. 4, 



'24, 
'24, 
'23, 
'23, 

'23, 
•24, 



•24, 



1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Let. 

104th Car. 
Tr. C, 104th Cav. 
Hq. Tr., 103rd Cav. 
Troop B, 103rd Cav. 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det.. 

104th Cav. 



1st Bn. Ho., 110th tr, 
Co. B, 109th Inf. 
Co. I, 111th Inf. 
28th Tank Co., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div. 
Co. A, 111th Inf. 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th 

Inf. 

Co. M, 112th Inf. 



IT. The following officers have resigned : 



Name. 



Carroll B. Rhoads, 
Harry L. Brincy, 
John Lindsay, 
Ralph N. Steimcr, 

Alonzo T. Briney, 
John C. Bloom, 
James C. J. Ballagh, 

Arthur J. Dalot, 
Whit ford R. Barratt, 
Robert B. Graham, 
Charles H. Fleming, 

Samuel P. Simpson, 



Sank. 



Captain, 


1st 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut. 


(Prov.), 


2nd 


Lieut. 


(Prov.), 



Organization. 



.7. -A. See., Hq., 28th Div., 
Med. Det., 107th F. A., 
Battery D, 108th F. A., 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 
F. A., 

Med. Det., 170th F. A., 
Service Co., 110th Inf., 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn. 
F. A., 

Battery A, 108th F. A., 
Troop B, 104th Cavalry, 
Company L, 112th Infantry, 
Battery E, 107th F. A., 

Battery B, 176th F. A., 



176th 



108tt 



Date of 



Acceptance of 
Resignation. 


Mar. 


18, 


'24. 


Mar. 


15, 


24. 


Mar. 


19, 


'24 


Mar. 


5, 


'24. 


Mar. 


15, 


'24 


Mar. 


6, 


'24. 


Mar. 


22, 


'21. 


M^r. 


1, 


'24. 


Mar. 


14, 


'21 


Mar. 


12, 


'24. 


Mar. 


22, 


•24. 


Mar. 


5, 


'24. 



III. Leave of absence from March 14, 1924, to March 2f>, 1924, is granted 
Major Robert G. Miner, Second Battalion Headquarters, 109th Field Artillery, with 
permission to go beyond the continental limits of the United States. 



3 [G. O. 7.1 

IV. So much of Paragraph II, G. O. No. 4, A. G. O., c. s., as refers to the 
transfer of enlisted men by Regimental Special Order from Company D, 110th In- 
fantry, to Company B, 110th Infantry, is hereby rescinded. 

V. General Orders No. 1, A. G. O., sei-ies 1923, announcing awards of decora- 
tions by Foreign Governments, the statement relative to the repetition of the name 
of Frank T. Randall, page 166, is amended to read "Bank, Frank J., 5568, private, 
first class, 15th Ambulance Company, 2nd Division." 

VI. So much of Paragraph IX, G. O. No. 6, A. G. O., c. «., as pertains to the 
transfer of Captain William V. Kennedy from Company D, 110th Infantry, to the 
Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, is rescinded, as of March 14, 1924. 

VII. Paragraph X, G. O. No. 6, A. G. O., c. s„ transferring First Lieu- 
tenant Frank A. Weber and Second Lieutenant H. Martin Lee from Company D, 
110th Infantry, to the Surplus List, is rescinded, as of March 14, 1924. 

VIII. The following officers have been transferred to the National Guard Re- 
serve : 



Name. 


Hank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
Reserve. 


William V. Kennedy, 
Frank A. Weber, 
H. Martin Lee, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Company D, 110th Infantry, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 


Jan. 25, '24. 
Jan. 25, '24. 
Jan. 25, '24 


IX. Announcement is made of the death of the following others: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Death. 


Francis G. Smith, 
John S. McGraw, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


' Regtl. Hq., 103rd Cavalry, 
Battery F, 107th F. A., 


Mar. 4, '24. 
Mar. 5, '24. 


X. The following officers have been re-assigned : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


Thomas W. Jenkins, 

Charles S. Wander, 

William C. Hauber, 
William P. Hazlett, 


1 

Captain, 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


Adit., 2nd Bn. 
Hq., 176th F. 
A., 

Btrv. B, 107th F. 
A., 

Co. E, 111th Inf., 
Co. F, lllfh Inf., 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. 

& Comb. Tn., 

176 F. A., 
Btrv. E, 107th F. 

A., 

Co. F, 111th Inf., 
Co. E, 111th Inf., 


Mar. 5, '24. 

Mar. 22, '24. 

Mar. 14, '24. 
Mar. 14, '24. 


XL The following officers have been transferred to the Unassigned (Super- 
numerary) List: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Russell L. Test, 
George Bewick, Jr., 


Captain, 
Captain, 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 176th 
F. A., 

Hawitzer Company, 110th Infantry, 


Mar. 5, '24. 
Mar. 6, '24. 



[G. O. 7.] 4 

XII. Under the provisions of Act of Congress, approved June 3, 1916, Fed- 
eral recognition is extended by the Militia Bureau to Company D, 110th Infantry, 
to date from February 15, 1924. 

XIII. The following officers have been granted Federal recognition : 



Name. 



Floyd L. Agens, 
Alfred 11. Anderson, 
Burton L. Bisbing, 
Wallace C. Bower, Jr., 

Walter J. Bryden, 
Arthur M. Capper, 
William A. Cawley, 
Stuart P. Dillon. 
Harold H. VuutMtt, 
David B. Drolsbaugh. 

Walter C. Dunn, 
John F. Edwards, 
John W. Eyre, 
Walter G. Fielding. 
Ransom Hughes. 
Augustine S. Janewaij. 
Michael J. Kane, 

Joseph S. Kelly, 
John F. Keltz, Jr., 
John J. Kennedy, 
Verncel R. Linaberry, 
Leo A. Luttringer, 
John B. MeCormick. 
Thomas P. McLaughlin, 
Louis J. Merle. 
Rudolph E. Olson, 
John R. Paul, 
Charles M. Pollock, 
Paul B. Porter, 
Herbert F. Randall, 
John H. Schcen, 
John F. Seebergcr. 

Robert G. Sergeant, 
Robert W. Springer, 
Franklin B. Thompson, 
Jr., 

William L. Tyrrell, 
Harry C. Wackcr, 
Joseph A. Walker, 

Thomas J. Wenner, 

George T. R. Wicker, 
Earl S. Wilson, 
George R. E. Wise, 
Norman B. Wolfe, 
Charles S. Wunder, 



Rank. 



J st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
Major, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut.. 
1st Lieut., 
Lt. Col., 
Captaiu, 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut.-, 
Major, 
2nd Lieut., 
Major, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

Captaiu, 



Organization. 



Date of 
Federal 



2nd 

2nd 
2nd 
1st 
1st 



Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 



Company F, 112th Infantry, 
Hq. Battery, 107th F. A., 
1st Bn. Hq. Co., 100th Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 107th 
F. A., 

Company F, 100th Infantry, 

Battery F, 176th F. A., 

V. 0.i Med. Det., 103rd Cav., 

Company E, 110th Infantry, 

Battery C, 176th F. A.. 

Q. M. C, M. T. Co. No. 109, 28th 

Div. Tn., 
2nd Bn. Hq., 170th F. A., 
M. C, Med. Det., 100th F. A., 
Hq. Co., 28th Division, 
Company K, llith Infantry, 
C. A. C, Btry. C, 213th Art., (A.-A.), 
F. A., Hq., 28th Division, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 178th 

F. A., 

Chaplain, Eegtl. Hq., 111th Inf., 

Company K, 112th Infantry, 

1st Bu. Hq., 110th Infantry, 

Company I, 109th Infantry, 

Q. M. C, S. S. C. & D., 

Battery F, 107th F. A., 

28th Sits. Co., Spec. Trs., 28th Div., 

Company E, 100th Infantry, 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th Inf., 

M. C, Med. Det., 108tU P. A., 

Troop C, 104th Cavalry, 

Company D, 110th Infantry, 

Batterv E, 107th F. A., 

Battery C, 170th F. A., 

1st Bu. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 176th 

P. A., 
Hq. Co., 28th Division, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 
Battery A, 107th F. A., 

Company E, 100th Infantry, 

Company F, 103rd Engineers, 

103rd Ord. Co. (Main.), Spec. Trs., 

2Rth Div., 
M. C, Med. Lab. Sec. No. 103, 103rd 

Med. Regt., 
Ho. Company, 110th Infantry, 
28th Tank Co., Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 
Company M, 112th Infantry, 
('oinnanv D, 110th Infantry, 
Batterv B, X07tli F. A.. 



Recognition. 


Jan. 


25, 


'24. 


Jan. 


25, 


'24. 


Feb. 


28, 


'24 . 


Jan. 


25, 


'24. 


Feb. 


28, 


'24. 


Mar. 


4, 


'24 


Fell. 


23, 


'24 


Feb. 


i. 


'21 


Mar. 


4, 


'24 


Jan. 


1, 


'24. 


Jan. 


29, 


•24. 


Mar. 


1 , 


'21 


Feb 


4, 


'21 


Jan. 


28, 


'21 


Feb. 


28, 


'24 


Feb 


4 


'2-"> 


Mar'. 


4, 


'24. 


Feb. 


28, 


'24. 


Feb. 


9, 


'24 


Mar. 


4. 


'24' 


Feb. 


4 


'24 


Mar. 


10,' 


">*. 


Feb. 


15, 


'24. 


Mar. 


4, 


'24 


Mar. 


4, 




Mar. 


4, 

1, 


'24 


Mar. 


'24. 


Feb. 


28, 


'24. 


Feb. 


15, 


'24. 


Jan. 


25, 


'24 


Mar. 


4, 




Jan. 


29, 


'24. 


Feb. 


4, 


'2 & 


Feb. 


15, 


'24 


Feb. 


6, 


'24. 


Feb. 


6, 


•PA 


Peb. 


4, 


'21. 


Feb. 


6, 


'24. 


Feb. 


16, 


'24. 


Peb. 


9, 


'2^ 


Jan. 


28, 


'24 


Mar. 


4, 


'24. 


Feb. 


15, 


'24. 


Feb. 


16, 


'24. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BBARY 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 8.] 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., April 4, 1924. 

General Orders. ) 
No. 8. f 

Section 



Annual Field Training. Pennsylvania National Guard. T 

Advance and Rear Detachments II 

Strength Requirements and Pay and Allowances for 

Field Training Ill 

Designation of Camp Commander, at Mount Gretna. . . IV 

Requisitions for Clothing and Equipment V 

Preparation of Camp Site, at Mount Gretna VI 

Designation of Motor Transport Officer, at Mount 

Gretna VII 

Camp Supplies VIII 

Transportation IX 

Commutation of Rations en Route to Camps. ........ X 

Report of Absentees XI 

Subsistence XII 

Preparation of Pay Rolls XIII 

Accidents, XIV 

Hospitalization, XV 

Annual Physical Examination of Officers XVI 

Field Training, Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve. XVII 



I. ANNUAL FIELD TRAINING. PENNSYLVANIA NA- 
TIONAL GUARD. — Pursuant to the provisions of Section 02, 
National Defense Act. as amended June 4. 1020. and authority 
granted by letter from Headquarters. Third Corps Area, dated 
January 8, 1924. encampments for instruction in field training and 
target practice of the Pennsylvania National Guard will be held 
as follows : 

MOUNT GRETNA. PENNSYLVANIA. 

July 12th to 26th, inclusive. 1924: 
Staff Corps and Departments, 
28th Division Headquarters, 
56th Infantry Brigade, complete. 

103rd Medical Regiment, (less 108th Hospital Company). 
July 10th to 26th. inclusive. 1924: 

110th Motor Transport Company. 
July 19th to August 2nd. inclusive. 1924: 

52nd Cavalry Brigade, complete. 

Company A. 125th Engineer Battalion. 

Special Troops, 28th Division, (less 28th Military Police 
Company). 

July 19th to August 4th, inclusive. 1924: 

28th Military Police Company. 
July 25th to August 10th, inclusive,' 1924: 

109th Motor Transport Company. 
July 26th to August 9th. inclusive, 19l24 : 

Staff Corps and Departments, 

28th Division Headquarters, 

55t.h Infantry Brigade, complete, 

103rd Engineers, 

28th Division Train, (less 109th and 110th Motor Trans- 
port Companies), 
108th Hospital Company. 



[G. O. 8.] 



TOBYHANNA, PENNSYLVANIA. 

July 12th to 26th, inclusive, 1924: 

108th "Field Artillery, 

109th Field Artillery. 
July 19th to August 2d, inclusive, 1924 : 

53rd Field Artillery Brigade Headquarters, 

Headquarters Batterv, 53rd Field Artillery Brigade, 

103rd Ammunition Train. 
July 26th to August 9th, inclusive, 1924: 

107th Field Artillery, 

176th Field Artillery. 

FORT MONROE, VIRGINIA. 

August 16th to 30th, inclusive, 1924: 
213th Artillery, (A. A.). 

Where practicable, all organizations named in this order, ex- 
cept the advance detachments, will leave their home stations on 
dates specified as the first day of their encampment, and all or- 
ganizations, except the rear detachments, will leave camp so as 
to arrive at their home stations on the dates of the expiration of 
the encampment period in each case. 

It ADVANCE AND REAR DETACHMENTS. — When there 
is urgent need of sending an advance detail to prepare camp, or 
for leaving a detail behind to close it, the following will be author- 
ized and cannot be exceeded : 

(1) For regimental or similar organizations, the Service Com- 
pany, less the Band Section, or, in lieu thereof, one officer for 
each battalion, and three enlisted men for each Company, or 
similar organization. 

(2) One officer and three enlisted men for each separate com- 
pany or similar unit. 

(3) The above details may be used for not to exceed two 
days in advance of and two days after the close of camp. These 
days are additional and are not a part of the encampment periods 
specified in Section 1 of this order. 

III. STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS AND PAY AND AL- 
LOWANCES FOR FIELD TRAINING.— Particular attention is 
invited to the requirements of Paragraphs 110 and 932, National 
Guard Regulations, 1922, as changed by Changes Nos. 3 and 4, 
respectively, which will govern. Any units not conforming with 
these requirements will not attend camp. 

Pay at Army rates according to the Act of Congress, approved 
June 10. 1922, without increase for length of service, and with- 
out commutation of quarters for officers without dependents, is 
authorized for the periods specified in Section I of this order. (De- 
pendents includes a wife, minor children, or a mother). 

Officers claiming rental allowances will be required to furnish 
a certificate in duplicate that their dependents were not occupy- 
ing public quarters during the period for which the pay is claimed. 
Blank forms for this purpose will be furnished by the U. S. 
Property and Disbursing Officer at the encampments and will 
be submitted with the Federal pay roll. 

Regimental or similar organization commanders will be fur- 
nished by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer with blank 
forms for distribution prior to encampments to officers for use 



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of dependent mothers, so that they may be prepared before leav- 
ing home stations and attached to the Federal pay roll on which 
the claim is presented. 

IV. DESIGNATION OP CAMP COMMANDER, AT 
MOUNT GRETNA. — Major General William O. Price, Jr., is 
designated Camp Commander, at Mount Gretna, and will issue 
such orders as may be necessary to carry these orders into effect, 
and will make all necessary arrangements for program of in- 
struction and issue all orders pertaining to the discipline and 
training of the various organizations during their tour of field 
duty. 

V. REQUISITIONS FOR CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT. 
— It is important that all requisitions for clothing and equip- 
ment necessary to properly clothe the men and equip the organi- 
zation for field training be submitted on Form Q. M. C. No. 
160, in duplicate, to the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer, 
State Arsenal, Harrisburg, at least thirty (30) days prior to the 
beginning of the encampment periods, in order that delivery may 
be definitely assured. 

When requisitions are made for property to replace articles 
which have become unserviceable through fair wear and tear 
in the public service, the unserviceable property must be shipped 
to the State Arsenal by freight, on Government Bill of Lading, 
to be furnished by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer. 
Commanding Officers, when requesting bills of lading, will state 
the number of boxes, bundles, or packages, and furnish a list 
showing the contents and weights of each item. 

A certificate, in sextuplicate, to cover unserviceable property, 
showing the quantities and names of articles, and stating the 
length of time the property was in use, and that it was worn 
out through fair wear and tear in the public service, must ac- 
company the shipping ticket, in triplicate, and the replacement 
requisition, in duplicate. 

Shipping ticket, in triplicate, with an expenditure certificate 
thereon, to cover medicines and surgical dressing consumed during 
the year, must accompany the requisition, in duplicate, for medi- 
cines and surgical dressings for replenishing medical and surgical 
chests. Surgical instruments and appliances which have been lost 
or become unserviceable will be made the subject of a report of 
survey, as no replenishment requisition can be authorized other 
than by survey. This provision also applies to veterinary sup- 
plies, instruments and appliances. 

Surplus property in possession of an organization will be re- 
turned to the State Arsenal, Harrisburg, prior to the encamp- 
ments. No surplus or unserviceable property will be taken to 
the encampments for exchange. 

VI. PREPARATION OF CAMP SITE, at Mount Gretna. 
— Captain William L. Micks, Superintendent, State Military 
Reservation, will prepare the Military Reservation for the en- 
campment, and will make all necessary arrangements for the 
supply of motor and wagen transportation during the tour of field 
duty to the Motor Transport Officer in charge of the Motor 
Park. 

^ VII. DESIGNATION OF MOTOR TRANSPORT OFFI- 
CER, at Mount Gretna. — Major George P. Drake, Commanding 
28th Division Train, is designated as Motor Transport Officer, 
at Mount Gretna, and will be in charge of the Motor Park and 
all motor and wagon transportation for the period of the en- 
campment. 



[G. O. 8.] 



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VIII. CAMP SUPPLIES. — Major Leo A. Luttringer, U. S. 
Property and Disbursing Officer, will arrange all contracts for 
the furnishing of necessary subsistence stores, forage ,ice, wood, 
motor oil, gasoline, grease and other supplies, and for the issuing 
thereof and the accounting therefor at the encampments at Mount 
Gretna and Tobyhanna. 

IX. TRANSPORTATION. — The U. S. Property and Dis- 
bursing Officer will make the necessary arrangements for trans- 
portation by rail or water, cr both, of all troopsi to the designated 
places of encampment and return to home stations, and will fur- 
nish each commanding officer with a train schedule governing the 
movement of his command. U. S. Government Transportation Re- 
quests will be used. The travel directed is necessary in the mili- 
tary service. 

U. S. Government Bills of Lading to cover all shipments of 
animals, equipment and material to encampments and return to 
home stations, will be furnished organization commanders by the 
U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer. Request therefor need 
not be made. Commercial or State Bills of Lading will not be 
used in connection with any movements of troops to or from the 
encampments. 

Complete instructions as to methods of using U. S. Government 
Transportation Requests and Bills of Lading will be furnished 
by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer when these forms 
are issued. Strict adherence to these instructions without any 
deviation in any manner or fcr any reason is absolutely necessary. 

X. COMMUTATION OF RATIONS EN ROUTE TO 
CAMPS. — It being impracticable to furnish rations in kind for 
the journeys to the several camps, an allowance, as provided 
by Paragraph 629. National Guard Regulations, 1922, of $1.20 
per day, or proportionate fractional part thereof, for cooked meals 
for each enlisted man, while traveling to the several camps, is 
authorized when such travel is performed and extends over regu- 
lar meal hours. No allowance will accrue when the travel is 
performed between regular meal hours. 

Attention is invited to Paragraph 8-a(2), Army Regulations 
No. 35-4520, which refers to the method of computing rations 
while on a travel status, as follows : 

(a) The day will be considered as beginning at midnight. 

(b) For 18 hours or over in a travel status — one whole 

day. 

(<•) For 12 hours or over, but less than 18 hours, in a 
travel status — two-thirds of one day. 

(d) For less than 12 hours in a travel status — one-third 
of one day. 

(e) No allowance will be paid for the first day of a 
journey which begins after 6 p. m. 

Unit commanders will submit receipted bills, in duplicate, for 
the amounts expended under this authority, together with a 
certificate, in duplicate, showing the number of men making the 
journey, hour of leaving home station, hour of arrival at camp, 
and number of meals purchased, to the U. S. Property and Dis- 
bursing Officer, who will make refund cf the amount actually ex- 
pended, but in no instance to exceed forty (.40) cents per meal. 

A ccpy of the certificate referred to, showing the number of 
meals purchased and for which refund is to be claimed, will be 
furnished by the unit commander to the regimental adjutant, 



5 



[G. O. 8.] 



who will divide the number of meals purchased en route during 
the first day of the camp period by three, and the result, repre- 
senting the number of rations, will be deducted from the ration 
return, and the supply officer will reduce the rations issued in 
kind accordingly. 

XI. REPORT OF ABSENTEES. — The commanding officer 
of each company, troop, battery, or detachment, will determine, 
prior to leaving home station for camp, the cause of absence of 
any member or members of his command, and immediately after 
arrival in camp will submit to the regimental or separate bat- 
talion commander, for transmission to the instructor assigned to 
duty with the organization, a detailed list of absentees, showing 
the cause of absence in each case. 

XII. SUBSISTENCE. — Rations in kind will be furnished for 
the periods specified in Section I of this order by the U. S. Prop- 
erty and Disbursing Officer for the encampments at Mount Gretna 
and Tobyhanna, and will be issued for five day periods, with the ex- 
ception of perishable articles which will be issued daily. 

Preliminary ration returns on Form P. & S. No. 223 for the 
first five day period for regimental or similar organizations, in- 
cluding rations for two days for advance detachments, properly 
signed by the Adjutant, and approved by the Commanding Officer, 
will be presented to the Subsistence Supply Officer at the camp by 
the commanding officer of the advance detachment, so that rations 
may be regularly issued for use by advance detachments and be 
available upon the arrival of the organization at the encampment. 

Any rations issued during the first five day period in excess 
of or under the actual strength of an organization will be ad- 
justed on the ration return presented for the second five day 
period. 

Any rations for which commutation is claimed under Section 
X of this order will be deducted from the ration return of the 
organization for the second five day period. 

Rations will be obtained by the Supply Officer of the 213th 
Artillery (A. A.), at Fort Monroe, Virginia, by purchase from 
the Post Quartermaster or elsewhere, and must not exceed fifty 
(.50) cents per man per day. Properly certified bills, in tripli- 
cate, of the person, firm or corporation furnishing the supplies, 
with certificate of receipt by the purchasing officer stating pur- 
chase was made for immediate consumption and for the enlisted 
men of the 213th Artillery (A. A.), will be forwarded to the U. 
S. Property and Disbursing Officer for settfement. This arrange- 
ment as to certified bills applies to regular camp supplies required 
and purchased by the 213th Artillery (A. A.) for the U. S. Prop- 
erty and Disbursing Officer. 

XIII. PREPARATION OF PAY ROLLS.— Federal and State 
pay rolls will be completed and administered in the following 
manner : 

(a) Five copies (one original and four carbons) of pay rolls 
will be accomplished on Forms W. D. Nos. 378 and 378a, which 
will be furnished by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer 
at the encampments. No other form will be accepted. All carbon 
copies must be clear and legible. 

(b) The original and first carbon copy will be signed by 
each officer and enlisted man, and the second carbon copy will 
have all names typewritten in the spaces provided for signatures 
as to receipt of pay. 



[G. O. 8.] 







(c) Page 1, of Form W. D. No. 378, must have the certifi- 
cate signed and oath completed on all copies. 

(d) A statement showing service in detail of each enlisted 
man claiming service pay under Section 32, Act of Assembly, 
approved May 17, 1921, will be rendered, in duplicate, on Form 
A. G. O. Pa. No. 4. These statements will be attached to the 
first and third carbon copies of the pay roll. 

(e) Immediately after muster of the unit, all copies of the 
pay roll will be submitted to the U. S. Property and Disbursing 
Ollicer, who will enter thereon the amount of U. S. Pay due 
each officer and enlisted man, and will transmit the first and 
third carbon copies to The Adjutant General. 

(f) The Adjutant General will cause to be entered thereon 
the amount of State Pay due, i. e., the difference between U. S. 
Pay, and State Pay, including pay for specialists rating, together 
with service pay, if claimed, due each enlisted man. 

(g) One copy, showing the amounts of U. S. Pay due, will 
be returned by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer to the 
unit commander. 

(h) One copy, showing the amounts of State Pay due, will 
be returned by The Adjutant General to the unit commander, 
together with check of the State Treasurer for the total amount 
of State Pay due on the pay roll. 

(Enlistment and physical examination papers for each enlisted 
man whose name appears on the pay roll of a unit must be on 
file in The Adjutant General's Office, otherwise payment of both 
Federal and State Pay will be withheld until all papers are re- 
ceived.) 

XIV. ACCIDENTS. — All accidents resulting in personal in- 
juries of any material nature will be promptly reported to The 
Adjutant General, who will furnish blank form of Employer's 
Report of Accident to Employee for accomplishment in duplicate. 
This report must be mailed so as to reach The Adjutant General 
not later than the tenth day of disability. Compensation will be 
allowed under the provisions of the Workmen's Compensation Act 
of 1915 to all enlisted men injured in line of duty. 

XV. HOSPITALIZATION.— Only such eases as require med- 
ical or surgical treatment of a nature that cannot be administered 
or performed at the encampments will be sent to civilian hospitals 
for treatment. This action will be taken only on the recom- 
mendation of the Division Surgeon, or, in the absence of the Divi- 
sion Surgeon, on the recommendation of the senior Medical Corps 
Officer ot the regiment or similar organization. Report of hos- 
pitalization in civilian institutions will be made immediately to 
the Adjutant General by the officer authorizing same, and will 
state the name, rank or grade, and organization of the officer or 
enlisted man so cared for, and the cause for hospitalization. 
In case of extraordinary emergency Mount Gretna cases will be 
sent to the Good Samaritan Hospital, at Lebanon, and in eases 
less urgent they will be sent to the Lancaster General Hospital, 
at Lancaster. Tobyhanna cases will be sent to the State Hospital 
of the Northern Anthracite Coal Region, at Scranton. 

XVI. ANNUAL PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF OFFI- 
CERS. — The Camp Commander, at Mount Gretna, will arrange, 
through the Medical Corps, for the completion of the annual 
physical examination of ail officers who have not been examined 
subsequent to December 31, 1923. Form M. B. No. 95 will be 
used and one copy only is required. These examinations will 



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De completed at such times as will not interfere with the training 
program. All examinations will be passed upon as to their com- 
pleteness according to existing regulations by the Division Sur- 
geon before forwarding to The Adjutant General. 

The Commanding General, 53rd Field Artillery Brigade, will 
similarly arrange for the annual physical examinations of officers 
at Tobyhanna. and the Commanding Officer, 213th Artillery (A. 
A.), for officers at Fort Monroe. 

XVII. FIELD TRAINING — PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL 
GUARD RESERVE. — Officers of the Pennsylvania National 
Guard Reserve desiring to attend encampments as provided in 
Paragraph 191, National Guard Regulations, 1922, should make ap- 
plication at once to The Adjutant General, State Capitol, Harris- 
burg, in accordance with Paragraph 2, Circular Letter No. 3, Mili- 
tia Bureau, c. s .Attendance will only be authorized provided suffi- 
cient Federal funds are available under the 1925 Appropriation 
Act. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 9] 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa„ liny 1, 192'i. 

General Orders, i 
No. 9. ) 

Section 

.'Appointments and Assignments of Officers 1 

Re-assignments of Officers II 

Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, . .1 Ill 

Leaves of Absence of Officers IV 

Resignations of Officers V 

Federal Recognition of Officers VI 

Amendment of certain General Orders VII 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank from 


Quartermaster Corps. 
















William Thomas, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


25v 


'24, 


Apr. 


25. 


'24, 


Medical Administrative 
Corps, 
Medical Department. 
















Edwin James OeUia, 


Captain, 


Apr. 


25, 


•24, 


APr- 


25. 


•24, 


Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
















David Barnes Cooley, 


Captain, 


Apr. 


11, 


•24, 


Apr. 


11, 


•24, 


Forwood Evans Jianby, 


1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 


23, 


•24, 


Apr, 


23, 


•24, 


De»tal Corps, 
Medical Department. 
















Joseph Francis Yates, 


1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 


18, 


'24, 


Apr. 


16, 


'24, 


Engineers. 
















John Masterton, Jr., 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


16, 


•24, 


Apr. 


16, 


'28, 


Air Service. 
















John Sidney Owens, 


Captain, 


Apr. 


28, 


•24, 








John Hereford Hatty, 


1st Lieut., 


Apr. 


26, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


■24, 


George Ponald Dickens, 


1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 


29, 


'24, 


Apr. 


29, 


'24, 


George Ronald Dickens, 


2ml Lieut., 


Apr. 


12, 


'24, 


Apr. 


12, 


'24, 


George Logan, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


John Joseph Quinn, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Joseph Jackson Uallagher , 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 



Assignment. 



Spec. Trs., 28th Dir. 



103rd Med.' Regt. 



Depts, 
[od, Det, 103 r 
sorvatlon So 
Flight Surgeon. 



ob- 
as 



Engrs. 



108th F. A. 



103rd 



103rd Observation Sq 
Air Service, 



Air Service. 

03rd Observai 

Air Service, 

03rd Observai 

Air Service. 

03rd Observai 

Air Service, 

03rd Observai 

Air Service. 

J3rd Observai 

Air Service. 



ion Sq 



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Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rant from 


Coast Artillery Corps. 
















John Franklin Starr , 


2nd Lieut. 


Apr. 


2, 


'24, 


Apr. 


2, 


'23, 


Erwin Adelbert Harvey, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


16, 


'24, 


Apr. 


16, 


'23, 


T^iolH \rfrillprv 










Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


Theodore Sedgwick Paul, 


Major, 


Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


Thomas Brain, 
Leroy Kostenbauder , 
James Kistler Mosser 
Huebner, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 


12, 
21 


'24, 
'24 


Apr. 
Apr. 


12, 
21, 


'24, 
'24, 


1st Lieut., 


Apr. 


28 


'24 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Roderick Gilroy Kellett, 


1st Lieut. , 
2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 
Apr. 


29, 
23, 


'24, 
'24, 


Apr. 
Apr. 


29, 
23, 


'24, 
'23, 


Henry Lockwood Mc- 
Grath, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


2, 


'24, 


Apr. 


2, 


'24, 


Harry tv atrcxns , 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


16, 


'24, 


Apr. 


16, 


'24, 


Jaco b Mar tin Latter , 
Cornelius Levering Buck- 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


21, 


'24, 


Apr. 


21, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 




'24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


num, 


Apr. 


25, 


Francis Joseph Mc- 


2nd Lieut., 














Namara, 


Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


Royal Benjamin Stevens, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


Apr. 


25, 


'24, 


George RobMns Shepherd, 


Onrl T imit 

_nii Xjieiit., 


Apr. 


28. 


'24. 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


William Thomas Flem- 


2nd Lieut., 












ing, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Leon William Beisel, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Edward Eugene Beisel, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


28. 


•24. 


Apr. 


28. 


•24, 


John Henry Blye, Jr., 


2nd Lieut. 


Apr. 


29, 


'24. 


Apr. 


29. 


'24, 


Cavalry. 
















Herbert Leslie Fisher, 


1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 


19, 


'24, 


Apr. 


19. 


'23, 


Edwin Durboraw Strife, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


9, 


'24, 


Apr. 


9, 


"23, 


Walter Lee Poorman, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


28, 


'2-1. 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Infantry. 
















Clifford Jennings Keil, 


Captain, 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Walter Sorver Yahn, 


Captain, 




o, 


'24, 




2, 


'24, 


William Reynolds Tran- 


Captain, 


Apr 


12, 


'24 




12, 


,'24, 


sue, 
















Golon Barney Harris, 


1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 




'24, 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Ralph Norman Dewoody, 


1st Lieut. , 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Harry James McCaugliin, 


1st Lieut. , 








Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Harold Henry Hoover, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


5, 


'24. 


Apr. 


5, 


'23, 


Almond Jay Clough, Jr., 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


X, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


.'24, 


Andrew Edward Fletcher , 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Leo William Palmer, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


Apr. 


1, 


'24, 


William Bernard Wagner, 


2nd Lieut., 


Apr. 


12, 


'24, 


Apr. 


12, 


'24, 


Patrick Francis Flana- 
















gan, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


12, 


•24, 


Apr. 


12, 


'24, 


Chester Arthur Mertens,' 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


25 


'24 


Apr. 


25 


'24 


Victor Howard Wilson, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Apr. 


28, 


'24, 


Jacob Young Eberly, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Apr. 


29, 


'24, 


Apr. 


29. 


'24, 



Assignment. 



Hq. Btry., 213th Art. 

(A. -A.). 
Battery F, 213th Art. 

(A. -A.) 

1st Bn. Hq., 108th P. 
A. 

Battery F, 109th F. A. 
Battery C, 109th F. A. 

Hq., 53rd F. A. Brig., 
as Communicatiq s 
Officer. 

Battery B, 108th F. A. 

Service Btry., 176th F. 
A. 

Hq., 53rd F. A. Brig., 
as A. D. C. to iComdg. 
Gen. 53rd F. A. 
Brig. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Tn., 109th F. 
A. 

Battery D, 109th F. A. 

1st Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Tn., 108th F. 
A. 

Battery C, 108th F. A. 
Battery E, 108th F. A. 
Battery D, 107th F. A. 

Battery A, lOSth F. A. 

Battery E, 109th F. A. 

Battery F, 109th F. A. 

Battery A, 108th F. A. 



Service Troop, 10«rd 
Cav. 

Troop E, 104th Cavalry. 

Troop A, 52nd M. G. 
Sq. 

Company L, 110th In- 
fantry. 

Company F, 112th In- 
fantry. 

Company C, 109th In- 
fantry. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th 
Inf. 

Company L, 112th In- 
fantry. 

2Sth Tank Co., Spec. 
Trs., 28th Div. 

Company A, 110th In- 
fantry. 

Company E, 112th In- 
fantry. 

Company F, 112th In- 
fantry. 

Company L, 112th In- 
fantry. 

1st Bn. Hq. Co., 109th 
Inf. 

Company F. 109th In- 
fantry. 

Company G, 109th In- 
fantry. 

28th Mil. Police Co., 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 

Hq. Co., 28th Division. 



3 

II. Re-assignments of Officers : 



[G. O. 9] 



Name. 



Rank. 



John J. Kennedy, 
James E. Gee, 
Walter C. Dunn, 



Major, 
Major, 
1st Lieut., 



James K. M. Huebncr, I 2nd Lieut., 



I 



Burton L. Bisbing, 
Roger H. Taylor, 
Frank J. Fredericks, 



2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Old Assignment. 



1st Bn. Hq., 110th 
Inf., 

3rd Bn. Hq., 110th 
Inf., 

Liaison Officer, 2nd 

Bn. Hq., 176th 

F. A., 
Aide to Comdg. 

Gen., Hq., 53rd 

F. A. Brig., 

1st Bn. Hq. Co., 

109th Inf., 
Company G, 112th 

Inf., 

Company H, 112th 
Inf., 



New Assignment. 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



3rd Bn. Hq., 110th 

Inf., ! Apr. 

1st Bn. Hq., 110th 

Inf., Apr. 

1st Bn. Hq. Det. 
& Comb Tn., 
176th F. A., Apr. 

Hq., 53rd F. A. 
Brig., as Com- 
munications Offi- 
cer, Apr. 

Company C, 109th 

Inf., Apr. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 

112th Inf., Apr. 

iCompany G, 112th 

Inf., Apr. 



III. Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List 



Name. 



Phelps L. Gill, 



Rank. 



Captain, 



Organization. 



Company F, 112th Infantry, 



Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 



Apr. 



1, '24. 



IV. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



X a m p. 



Churchill B. Menard, 
Roy E. Sleppy, 
William P. Maclay, 



Rank. 



Brig. Gen. 

Captain, 

Captain, 



Organization. 



From. 



To. 



Hq., 53rd F. A. Brig- Apr. 10, '24, Apr. 24, '24, 

ade, »«•»»•?• •-»•? •"»* 

M. C. Med. Det., 176th May 15, '24, July 1, '24, 

F. A., 

Company F, 111th In- Apr. 8, '21 | May 15, '24, 
fantry, 



V. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



David B. Cooley, 
Edirdn J. Oellig, 

Francis S. Gay, 
Vincent 8. Tomes, 
Oscar G. Berberich, 
Stanley Gordon, 
Roy A. Barnard, 
Charles S. Hogue, 



Rank. 



1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut. 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 



Organization. 



M. C. Med. Det.. State 
Staff Corps & Depts., 

M. A. C, Med. Sup. Sec. 
No. 103, 103rd Med. 
Regt., 

Company G, 112th Infan- 
try, 

Battery C, 108th Field 
Artillery, 

Battery F, 176th Field 
Artillery, 

Company G, 109th In- 
fantry, 

Company M, 109th In- 
fantry, 

Company E, 111th In- 
fantry, 



Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 



Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



10, '24. 

24. '24. 

1. '24. 

24, '24. 

26, '24. 

1, '24. 

8, '24. 

8. '24. 



[G. O. 9] 4 
VI. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 

Harry L. Briney, 

Alonzo T. Briney, 

James A. Dennis, 
Bqt}cliffe C. Heherton, 



Rank. 



Organization. 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Captain, D. C, Med. Det., 107th F. 

A ^ 

Captain, D. C., Med. Det., 176th 

F. A., 

1st Lieut., 2nd Bn. Hq., 107th F. A. 

2nd Lieut., ; Troop C. 103rd Cavalry, 



Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



17, '24. 

17, '24. 

17, '24. 

28, '24. 



VII. Amendment of certain General Orders : 

General Orders No. 1, A. G. O.. series 1023, is amended to include the following 
awai'd of Foreign Decoration : 

March, Peyton C, general, chief of the General Staff, United States Army. 

Roumanian Order of the Crown (grand cross), by Royal Decree No. 4582 nf 
October 29, 1919. (No specific citation of record). 

Entered Military Academy from Pennsylvania. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



A diutant. 



[G. O. 10. i 

HEADQUARTERS PENNA. NATIONAL GUARD, 

THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 
Hai-risburg, Pa., May 15, 1924. 

General Orders. ] 
No. 10. ( 

I. The following information relative to the Annual Allow- 
ance of State moneys to the various headquarters and organi- 
zations of the Pennsylvania National Guard, as per Act of As- 
sembly approved May 17, 1921, as amended May 16, 1923, and 
the method of accounting for same, is herewith published for 
the guidance of all concerned. 

WHEN ACCOUNTING IS TO BE MADE. 

The reports will be forwarded to The Adjutant-General by 
accounting officers "between June 1st and June 15th, 1924, and will 
cover the fiscal year ending May 31, 1921). The Report of Ar- 
mory Rent will be made on Form No. 6, A. G. O., and the Report 
of Annual Allowance on Form No. 5, A. G. 0., and disbursements 
as credits on said reports to be made on Form No. Ifi, A. G. 0. 
The specific instructions contained upon the blank forms of re- 
port must .be strictly complied with. The Annual Allowance 
Report will be filed by all Commanding Officers who have re- 
ceived Annual Allowance moneys, and the Armory Rent Report 
will only be filed by such accounting officers as may have received 
Armory Rent Allowance. 

ANNUAL ALLOWANCE TO VARIOUS HEADQUARTERS. 

Section 38, Act of Assembly approved May 17, 1921, as amended 
May 16, 1923, provides: 

"Section 38. The necessary military expenses of general, divi- 
sion, brigade, regimental, and separate battalion headquarters, in- 
eluding clerk hire and other actual outlays, shall be paid by the 
Adjutant General, in the usual manner, on the usual lawful 
vouchers to that effect, duly sworn to or affirmed to by the 
commanding officer or the officer charged with the payment 
.of the same ; such expenses in no event to exceed four thou- 



[G. O. 10.] 



2 



sand dollars ($4,000) per annum for the division, five hun- 
dred ($500) dollars for each brigade headquarters, fifteen hun- 
dred dollars ($1,500) for each regimental headquarters, five hun- 
dred dollars ($500) for each battalion headquarters and head- 
quarters of trains." 

An arbitrary reduction of 20 per cent, was made by direction 
of the Governor on all annual allowances to various headquarters 
and units. 

The law fixes the maximum amount that can be expended dur- 
ing the fiscal year, and for which reimbursement can be claimed 
or made. 

If less than the maximum amount be expended reimbursement 
will be made only for amount expended. 

The Commanding Officer at eacli headquarters will render the 
account showing to whom, when, and for what purpose expendi- 
tures have been made, and file with the account duly receipted 
bills as sub-vouchers. 

Blank Form No. 5, A. G O. (Annual Allowance report), will 
be used for rendering account. 

ANNUAL ALLOWANCE TO COMPANIES OF INFANTRY, 
BATTERIES OF ARTILLERY, TROOPS OF CAVALRY, 
ENGINEER COMPANIES, SIGNAL TROOPS, ETC. 

Section 34, Act of Assembly approved May 17, 1921, as amended 
May 16, 1923, provides: 

"Organization of the Pennsylvania National Guard found, 
upon examination of the reports made by an inspecting officer 
duly detailed for that purpose, to be up to the standard required 
in strength, drill, discipline, and efficiency, shall receive in 
annual allowance the following money per annum, which shall 
be used and expended solely for military purposes, and for the use 
and benefit of the organization: For dismounted troops, at the 
rate of ten dollars ($10) per man per year: Provided, That no 
organization shall receive less than a minimum sum of five hun- 
dred dollars or more than a maximum sum of seven hundred and 
fifty dollars per year; for mounted or motorized troops, at the 
rate of fifteen dollars ($15) per man per year: Provided, That 
no such mounted or motorized organization shall receive less 
per year than a minimum sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars 
and more than a maximum sum of one thousand dollars per year. 
Such allowances shall be computed by the Adjutant General from 
the strength of the unit as reported on May thirty-first of each 
year. Newly organized units shall receive a pro rata share of 



[G. O. 10.] 



the above-named allowance for the portion of the fiscal 3-ear in 
which they are in service : Provided, That such allowance be 
based on the actual strength of the organization at the time of 
its entrance into the service ; the said allowance to be paid by 
the Adjutant General in the usual manner to the commanding 
officer of the respective organization ; but it shall be the duty 
of the Adjutant General, before paying any of the said allow- 
ance in money, to procure, by purchase or otherwise, and issue 
for each enlisted man not already provided therewith, such 
articles of dress uniform and such articles of service uniform 
and equipment as are required for field service, and also such 
mess tents, kitchen tents, and military stores required by the 
respective organizations, not furnished and paid for out of Fed- 
eral funds, and charge the cost of same to the said annual allow- 
ance; and the balance, if any, to be paid and disbursed as here- 
inafter provided : Provided however, That any regiment, battal- 
ion, squadron or company may, at its own expense, provide itself 
with other uniforms of such style and pattern as a majority 
of its officers may select and the Governor as Commander-in- 
Chief approve, which uniform shall be the property of the 
organization or the individual members thereof. No portion of 
any allowance made by the State to any organization shall be 
expended in procuring such special uniforms or in repairing or 
caring for the same. No part of the annual allowances paid 
under the provisions of this act to the several organizations of 
the Pennsylvania National Guard shall be used in the purchase, 
erection, or construction of any armory, unless the title thereto 
be vested in the Commonwealth. The commanding officer of 
each organization shall, at such time as the Governor as Com- 
mander-in-Chief may direct, make a return to the Adjutant 
General, containing an itemized account and statement of all 
disbursements of the money appropriated and paid to said 
organization and not previously accounted for, which account 
and statement shall be verified by the proper original vouchers 
for such disbursements ; this accounting to be made under and in 
accordance with such regulations as may be prescribed by the 
Commander-in-Chief." 

ARMY RENT ALLOWANCE. 

Section 36, Act of Assembly approved May 17, 1921, provides : 

"The commanding officer of each organization, excepting divi- 
sion, brigade, regimental, squadron, or battalion headquarters, 
in addition to annual allowances provided for herein, and under 



[G. 0. 10.] 



4 



the same requirements, and not occupying an armory owned 
by the Commonwealth, shall be paid an annual allowance of 
two hundred dollars ($200) by the Adjutant General in the 
usual manner ; said annual allowance to be devoted exclusively 
to the payment of rent of armory." 

PENALTY FOR EMBEZZLING, MISAPPLYING, OR IM- 
PROPERLY RETAINING POSSESSION OF 
STATE MONEY. 

Section 39, Act of Assembly approved May 17, 1921, provides : 

"Any commissioned officer or enlisted man of the Pennsyl- 
vania National Guard who shall embezzle, misapply, or con- 
vert to his own use, without authority, any moneys received by 
or entrusted to him for disbursement, shall be deemed guilty 
of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction, shall be sentenced as for 
other like offenses under the penal code of this State." 

II. The fiscal year for organizations of the Pennsylvania Na- 
tional Guard, and to which Annual Allowances apply, ends on 
May 31st of each calendar year, and reports accounting for allow- 
ances must be filed in The Adjutant-General's Office not later 
than June 15th. 

Reports of Annual Allowance and Armory Rent must be made 
in June of each year. 

Commanding officers of companies of infantry, troops of cav- 
alry, batteries of artillery, engineer companies, etc., will forward 
reports through Regimental Headquarters, and thence direct to 
The Adjutant-General. 

Commanding officers of Signal Troops, Track Companies and 
Special Troops will forward reports through immediate Head- 
quarters, and thence dirct to The Adjutant-General. 

Commanding officers at Headquarters through which reports 
are forwarded will .carefully examine same, see that all vouchers 
submitted are properly and full5' accomplished, and will familiar- 
ize themselves with financial condition of the respective organ- 
izations, and the character of expenditures for which vouchers are 
filed. 

III. Accounting Officers will observe the following : 
a. Disbursements for which credit is taken must be supported 

by original itemized vouchers duly receipted as required by form 

of voucher issued from The Adjutant-General' s Office. 

Duplicate vouchers must be filed with the retained copy of 
the report. 



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[G. 0.10.1 



b. Articles or stores purchased from State moneys, and net 
expendable in character, will be charged to State property 
account of the organization in The Adjutant-General's Office 
and accounting officer so advised. 

c. Expenditures made from Annual Allowance account for sub- 
sistence in camp, except in case of subsistence provided for 
advance details detailed to erect camp, will not be approved. 

d. Expenditures from Annual Allowance account for Armory 
Rent, in cases where the rent paid exceeds the Armory Rent 
Allowance from the State, will only be approved when permis- 
sion has been specifically given by The Adjutant-General's Of- 
fice, and when so given the fact must be noted on the voucher, 
giving date of permission, and must in- each instance show 
period for which Armory Rent is paid. 

e. Commutation for Rifle Practice where claimed and allowed by 
The Adjutant-General and paid by the State Treasurer, will 
be. accounted for the same as Annual Allowance money, the war- 
rant voucher being taken up and charged on the debit side of 
the report of annual allowance (Form No. 5, A. G. O.) and 
disbursed in the same way as Annual Allowance money. In 
other words. Rifle Practice commutation although paid on ac- 
count of rifle practice qualification, should be treated as add : - 
tional Annual Alh wance and used to augment the annual al- 
lowance account. 

f. In cases where accounting officers have received any balances 
of State funds from their predecessors in office, either direct 
or through The Adjutant-General, or from the Adjutant-Gen- 
eral in settlement by sureties on bonds of delinquent account'ng 
officers, the same will be taken up on the debit side of Finan- 
cial Report, stating clearly amount, and when and from what 
source received. 

g. Armory Rent Allowance can only be used in payment of 
Armory Rent, and for no other purpose. Leases for armories 
may include in the rent of armory, heat and light, and where 
such items are included they may be paid from Armory Rent 
Allowance. Vouchers filed covering payment of Armory Rent 
must show period for which payment is made. 

h. In cases where a commanding officer has paid assessments for 
expenses in camp, or on account of expenses of regimental rifle 
team, or for use of regimental band, or otherwise, a statement 
showing in detail all receipts and expenditures must be fur- 



[G. 0. 10.] 



6 



nished to each officer paying such assessment, by the officer to 
whom the assessmnt is paid and who disburses same. The 
statement so furnished will be filed with the vouchers as sup- 
plemental thereto. Vouchers for assessments unaccompanied by 
statement will be disapproved. 

i. In oases where an accounting officer files a voucher covering 
payment to himself for sundry expenditures, sub-vouchers sup- 
porting such expenditures must be filed with the voucher. 

j. All vouchers must be fully itemized, and made as self-explan- 
atory as possible. 

k. Accounting officers are prohibited from keeping any State 
funds in a personal account, or from depositing personal or 
other funds that are not State funds in any account in which 
State funds are deposited. Except where State funds are de- 
posited with a regimental treasurer, properly bonded, account- 
ing officer must open an account in their official designation 
and with a reliable trust company or bank, and no checks are 
to be drawn against such an account except for proper military 
purposes. 

iy. Reports received will be audited promptly by the Adju- 
tant-General, and if found to be correct and are approved, a war- 
rant will be drawn later in the year upon the State Treasurer 
to the order of the proper accounting officer for the first half of 
annual allowance for fiscal year ending May 31, 1925. 

V. State Treasurer's checks were transmitted to all organ- 
izations covering practically one-half the Annual Allowance due 
for the fiscal year ending May 31, 1924; ;the balance of the 
Annual Allowance for the same fiscal year less charges ard 
arbitrary reduction of 20 per cent directed by Governor, will be 
paid if possible during May, 1924. Any delay however must not 
interfere with the filing of financial reports, which will only ac- 
count for funds actually received to May 31, 1924. The balance 
of the Annual Allowance, when received, will be accounted for on 
report to be filed for the fiscal year ending May 31, 1925. 

VI. Blank forms on which reports are to be made will be sent 
direct from The Adjutant-General's Office to accounting officers 
on or before May 31st, 1924. 



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[G. 0. 10.] 



By order of GIFPORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY. 
The Adjutant-General. 

Official: 



Adjutant. 



1 



* 



(G. O. 11) 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE 
Harrisburg, Pa., May 15, 192J/. 



1. Announcement is hereby made of the re-appointment this 
date of Major General William G. Price, Jr., of Chester Pa., to 
rank from May 15, 1919. 

2. Major General William G. Price, Jr., is hereby assigned to 
command the 28th Division, • Pennsylvania National Guard. 

3. He will be obeyed accordingly. 



General Orders 
No. 11. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 



Governor and Commander-inCliief. 



F. D. BEARY, 



The Adjutant-General. 



Official. 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 12.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., June 1, 1924- 

General Orders, ) 
No. 12 f 

Section. 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers, I 

Re-assignments of Officers, 

Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, Ill 

{Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve, IV 

Transfer of Officer to Retired List, V 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, VI 

Resignations of Officers, VII 

Federal Recognition of Officers, VIII 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


















David Beille Drolsbouolt 


1st Lieut., 


May 


22 


•24, 


May 




'24 


Mark Sylvester Phillips, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


9, 


'24, 


May 


9, 


•23, 


John Calvin Davis, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


2<> 


'24, 


May 


22 


'24, 


William August Brock- 
meyer, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


28, 


'24, 


May 


28, 


'24, 


Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
















John Columbkille Ritchie, 


1st Lieut., 


May 


3, 


'24, 


May 





'24 


George Widener Knadler, 


1st Lieut., 


May 


26, 


'24, 


May 


20, 


'24, 


Chaplain. 
















Charles Schall, 


Lt. Col., 


May 


28, 


'24, 


May 


28, 


'24, 


Air Service. 
















John Hereford Batty, 


Captain, 


May 




'24, 


May 


22 


'24 


John Joseph Quinn, 


Captain, 


May 


oo 


'24 


May 


23, 


'24, 


Albert Russell Stuetz, 


1st Lieut., 


May 


2° 


'21, 


May 


22 


'24, 


Anthony Lispenard 

Bleecker, 
Oeorge Logam, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


May 
May 


oo 
22 


'24, 
'24, 


May 
May 


22 
22 


•24, 
'24, 


John Joseph Quinn, 


1st Lieut., 


May 


22 


'24, 


May 


22 


'24, 


Joseph Jackson Gallagher, 


1st Lieut., 


May 




'24, 


May 


22, 


•24, 


George Norman Hyland, 


1st Lieut., 


May 


23, 


'24, 


May 


23, 


'24, 


Albert Russell Stuetz, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


17, 


'24, 


May 


17, 


'24, 


Anthony Lispenard 

Bleecker, 
George Norman Hyland, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


May 
May 


17, 
22, 


•24, 
'24, 


May 
May 


17, 

22 


'24, 
'24, 



Assignment. 



M. T. Co. No. 109, 28th 

Dir. Tn. 
Q. M. Corps, S. S. C. 

& D. 

M. T. Co. No. 109, 28th 

Div. Tn. 
Motorcycle Co. No. 103 

Spec. Trs., 28th Dir. 



Med. Det., lOSth F. A. 

103rd Med. Rest. 
Collecting Co. No. 107. 

103rd Med. Regt. 



Hq., 2Sth Dirision. 



103rd Obserr. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Serrice. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 
103rd Observ. 

Service. 



Sq., 
Sq., 
Sd., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 



Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 
Air 



[G. O. 12.] 



2 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Laurence William Helweg, 


2nd Lieut., 


Jviay zz. 


'21, 


May 


on 


11)1 


George Joseph Bortle, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 2G, 


'24. 


May 


26, 


•24, 


Engineers. 














Floyd Wilson Coble, 


2nd Lieut., 


iviay ±-±, 




May 




'23 


Coast Artillery Corps. 














Herman Rudolph Dubs 
Schwenk, 


Captain, 


l\f<JTT 99 

jjiay 




May 






Field Artillery- 














John Nuckelj 

Emil August Wahle, 


Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 


May 10, 

May 3 , 


'24, 
'24 


May 
May 


10, 

3 


'24, 
'24 


John Lee Dressier, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 17, 


'24, 


May 


17, 


'24, 


Cavalry. 














Jesse Leonard Waite, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 17, 


'21 


May 


1", 


•24, 


Infantry. 














Harry Eugene Altmiller, 


Captain, 


May 3, 


'24, 


May 


3, 


•23, 


Linivood Dunham McClure, 


Captain, 


May 3, 


'24, 


May 


3, 


'24, 


Robert Leon Potts, 


Captain, 


May 19, 


'24, 


May 


19, 


'24, 


Wilton Lycurgus Brown, 


1st Lieut., 


May 17, 


'24, 


May 


17, 


'24, 


William Augustus Huff, 
Jr., 

Joseph Anthony Kennedy, 


1st Lieut., 


May 19, 


'24, 


May 


19, 


■24, 


1st Lieut., 


May 19, 


'24, 


May 


19, 


•24, 1 


Frank Joseph Fredericks, 


1st Lieut., 


May 19, 


'24, 


May 


19, 


■24,| 


LaVerne Eugene Craven, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 3, 


'24, 


May 


3, 


'23, 


Edgar Lynn Grouse, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 3, 


'24, 


May 


3, 


'23, ! 


Daniel Joseph Regan, 


2hd Lieut., 


May 15, 


'24, 


May 


15, 


•24, 


John Alexander Apple, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 17, 


'24, 


May 


IT, 


'24 s 


Samuel 'Walter Hamilton, 


21id Lieut., 


May 19, 


'24, 


May 


19, 


'24 ; 


Edgar Charles Kellcy, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 19, 


•24, 


May 


19, 


'24, 


Walter Stahl McCune, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 19, 


'24, 


May 


19, 


'24, 


Albert James West, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 22, 


'24, 


May 


22, 


'24, 


James Scaife Williams, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 22, 


'24, 


May 


22 


'24, 


John Joseph Mullvn, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 28, 


'24, J 


May 


28, 


•24, 



Assignment. 



103rd Observ. Sq., Air 

Service. 
103rd Observ. Sq., Air 

Service. 



Co. A, 125th Eng. Bn. 
(Mtd). 



Hq. Btry., 213th Art. 
(A.-A.). 



Battery C, 107th F. A. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Bet. & 

Combat Tn., 108th F. 

A. 

Battery E, 107th F. A. 



Troop B, 104th Cavalry. 



Company C, 110th Infan- 
try. 

Company K, 111th Infan- 
try. 

Company I, 110th Infan- 
try. 

Company L, 110th Infan- 
try. 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 13 0th 
Inf. 

Service Co., 110th Infan- 
try. 

Company G, 112tli Infan- 
try. 

Company B, 110th Infan- 
try. 

Company C, 110th Infan- 
try. 

Company H, 112th Infan- 
try. 

Company F, 110th Infan- 
try. 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 110th 
Infantry. 

Service Co., 110th Infan- 
try. 

Company L, 110th Infan- 
try. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th 
Inf. 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 131th 
Injf. 

Howitzer Co., 111th In- 
fantry. 



II. Re-assignrnents of Officei's : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


William H. Sturgeon, 


Captain, 


Liason Officer, 
Regtl. Hq., 107th 
F. A., 


Regtl. Hq., 107th 
F. A., as I. P. 
& T. Officer, 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



May 2, '24. 



3 



[G. O. 12.| 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


Frederick P. Iloujhton, 


Captain, 


Chaplain, Iiegtl. 


Hq., 28th Div., as 


May 


QQ 


24. 








Hq., 109th Inf., 


Asst. Div. 














C]~\ i Til n in 








Foricood E. Han'jy, 


1st 


Lieut., 


M"ef1 T)pt Ifl^yrt 


TV foci 11,i-it Q Q 


May 


8, 


'24. 




Ohssrv. Sq , Air 


C. & D. 














Service 










RodericJc G. Kcllett, 


1st 


Lieiit., 


Rtrv P. "1 ORth W 

-1 — ■ L L * . J_> , ±vO L»l Jt! » ■ 


Btrv \ lOSth F 


May 


22, 


'24. 








A. 








William A. Thomas, 


M 


Lieut., 


A. 


BtiT. B lOSth F. 


M iy 


23, 


24. 


rj-Cury o. Hicks } 


1st 


Lieut., 


Qnl P.n TTn P»» 


v . * ' . IV , J. i r O L 1 L J. 1 1 L . 


May 


13, 


'24. 






1 1 tOt-'i Tt« ? 
XUJttl 171j_. , 


as Com 1.1 £T. Officer, 


M^ay 






^coscoe o . Beaver, 


1st 


Lieut., 


C^t\ m tnnir T." IflQ+li 

\_-uiriptiny jx, j.uyin 


orcL JL>n. xj.q . l.o., 


lo, 


24. 








Inf. , 


luytn mi., 


May 






— - . 

fadxearfl L, iraylor. 


1st 


Lieut., 


companj 15, jLlltn 


Company M, 111th 


19, 


24. 






Illl. , 


mi. , 


May 






r&ric H. dice andlcsSf 


1st 


Lieut., 


ijTi .v. u, i ^ btn 1* . 


Join . a, jl i utn j. 1 . 


28, 


'24. 






A., 


A 

- V . , 








\j cguug i . . i \ HOderer, 


2nd 


Lieut. , 


J3.Q. CO., OOlll I HE. 


— Il'.l nil. Jtiq. CO., 


Apr, 


29, 


'24. 








Brig., 


Ill +!i Tn-P 








71 ' frhfrt Tv 1 T?/rn /7n 77 

HVTuvrt jr. ixuiiuuii, 


2nd 


Lieut., 


±>tiy. hi, iu/ tn iy. 


— nn isn. xiQ., hh in 




14 


'24 








A., 


P. A., as Liaison 
























Uj dw&rci rj . Jii q itt/Un a so n. 


2nd 


Lieut., 


-Dti } . uj, iu i tn k . 


ite£Ti. xxQ . , xv i in 


May 


o 


'24. 


Jr., 






A.. 


F. A., as Liaison 
















Officer, 








William T. Fleming, 


2nd 


Lieut., 


Btry. A, 108th P. 


Btry- B, lOSth F. 


May 


22 


'24. 








A., 


A., 








Kenneth F. Humphries, 


2nd 


Lieut., 


Service Btry.. 


3rd Bn. Hq., 176th 


May 


28, 


'24. 








176th P. A., 


F. A., 








Edward R. Glenn, 


2nd 


Lieut., 


3rd Bn. Hr|. Co., 


Itestl. Hq., 111th 


May 


21, 


'24. 








111th Inf.. 


Inf.. as I. P. & 
















T. Officer, 









III. Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Edison C. Speer, 
Clayton V. Spicer, 
Horace C. Oorbin, 

Chester Giacie, 


Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 


Battery E5, 107th Field Artillery, 
Company K, 109th Infantry, 
M. T. Co. No. 109, 28th Div. Tn., Q. 
M. Corps, 

Motorcycle Co. No. 103, Spec. Trs., 
28th Div., 


Mav 1, '24. 
May 13, '24. 
May 3, '24. 

May 15, '24. 


IV. Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve: 


» 

Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Data of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
ReseiTe. 


Henru A. N. Peirsol, 
Robert Cl. Jones, 
Paul L. Clark, 


Captain, 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 


Company K, 111th Infantry, 
Company M, 111th Infantry, 
Company M, 111th Infantry, 


May 2, '24. 
May 19, '24. 
May 19, '24. 


V. Transfer of Officer to Retired List : 


Name. 


Retired 
Rank. 


Last Active Service. 


Date of 
Retirement. 


Charles D. Rhoads, 


Lt. Col., 


Formerly Major, Ordnance Officer, 4th 
Brig.), 


May 14, '24. 



[G. O. 12.] 

VI. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



4 



Name. 


Rani. 


Organization. 


From. 


To. 


Frederick R. Bausch, 
William J. Itaeder, . 


Major, 
Captain, 


M. C, Med. Det., 213th 

Art. (A.-A.), 
2nd Bn. Hq., 109th F. A., 


May 17, '24, 
May 1, '24, 


May 25, '24 
June 15, '24 



VII. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Laurence D. Savige, 
George W. Phillips, 
Gilbert D. Nolan, 
Emery E. Gordon, 
Samuel L. Moyer, 
Charles M. \Scott, Jr., 
Chalkey N. Hpring, 
Howard R. Martin, 

Eber 0. Sholes, 
Frank L. Oarr, Jr., 
Roger H. Taylor, 
Hercules B. Atkin, 



Rank. 



Major, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 



Organization. 



Eegtl. Hq., 109th Infantry, 
Adjt., Hq., Spec. Trs., 2Sth Div., 
Sq. Hq., 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
Company G, 109th Infantry, 
Troop A, 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
M. T. Co. No. 110, 28th Div. Tn., 
Battery D, 107th Field Artillery, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 108th 
F. A., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 100th Infantry, 
Company B, 109th infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th Infantry, 
Battery C, 107th Field Artillery, 



Date of 



Acceptance 


of 


Resignation. 


May 


13, 


'245 


Feb. 


3. 


'24. 


May 


28, 


'24. 


May 


22 


'24. 


May 


is! 


'24. 


May 


13, 


'24. 


May 


14, 


'24. 


May 


12, 


'24. 


May 


8, 


'24. 


May 


28, 


'24. 


May 


12, 


'24. 


May 


2, 


'24. 



VIII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 




Edward E. Bcisel, 
Cornelius L. Bucknum, 

Warren J. Chase, 
David B. Cooley, 
John F. Fant, 

William T. Fleming, 
Andrew E. Fletcher, 
Forwood E. Hanbv, 
James K. M. Huehner, 
Roderick G. Kcllett, 
John i:. Keytcr, 
Jacob M. Layer. 
Harry J. McCaughin, 

Francis J. MrXnmara, 
Theodore ,<?. Paul. 
Waller Poorman. 
George R. Shepherd, 
Royal B. Sterens. 
Russell S. Stofllct, 

William Thomas, 

William R. Transue, 
Harry Watkins, 

Victor H. Wilson, 

Walter S. Yahn, 
Edward H. York, Jr., 



2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

End Lieut. 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut:, 
1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
M'ior, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut.. 

2nd Lieut., 

Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

Captain, 
Captain, 



Organization. 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Battery F, 109th Field Artillery, 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 108th 
F. A., 

Battery F, 107th Field Artillery, 
M. C, S. S. C. & D., 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 108th 
F. A.. 

Battery A, 108th Field Artillery, 
Company F, 112th Infantry, 
M. C, S. S. C. & D., 
Hq., 53rd F. A. Brigade, 
Battery B, 108th Field Artillery, 
Service Btry., 108th F. A., 
Battery D, 109th Field Artillery, 
Infantry, 2Stli Tank Co., Spec. Trs., 

28th Div., 
Battery C, 108th Field Artillery, 
1st Bn. Hq., 108th F. A., 
Troop A, 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
Battery D, 107th Field Artillery, 
Battery E, 108th Field Artillery, 
C. A. C., 1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. 

Tn., 213th Art. (A.-A.), 
Q. M. C, Motorcycle Co. No. 103, 

Spec. Trs., 28th Div., 
Company C, 109th Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 109th 

F. A., 

Infantry, 28th Mil. Police Co., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div., 
Company F, 112th Infantry, 
Regtl. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 



Apr. 


28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24. 


Mar. 


27, 


'24. 


Apr. 


11, 


'24. 


Mar. 


10, 


'24. 


Apr. 


28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


'24. 


May 


8, 
28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


'24. 


Apr. 


29, 


'24. 


Mar. 


10, 


'24. 


Apr. 


21, 


'24. 


Apr. 


28, 


*24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24. 


Apr. 


28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24.0 


Feb. 


18, 


'24. 


Apr. 


*>5 


'24. 


Apr. 


12, 


'24. 


Apr. 


16, 


'24. 


Apr. 


28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


o 


'24. 


Mar. 


iol 


'24. 



Official : 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant-General. 



Adjutant. 



(G. O. 13) 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE 
Harrisburg, Pa., June 19, 192/ f . 

General Orders ) 



1. Annoucement is hereby made of the re-appointment this 
date of Brigadier General Edward C. Shannon, of Columbia, Pa., 
to rank from June 19, 1919. 

2. Brigadier General Edward C. Shannon, is hereby assigned 
to command the 56th Infantry Brigade, Pennsylvania National 
Guard. 

3. He will be obeyed accordingly. 



No. 13. 




By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 



F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 



Official. 



Adjutant. 



(G. O. 14.) 



HEADQUARTERS PENNA. NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 



Harrisburg, Pa., June 20, 1924. 



General Orders 
No. 14. 



1. The allotment of Federal Appropriation for the National Guard 
* will be made by the War Department based upon the strength of the 

Guard as of Midnight June 30th, 1924. It is therefore directed that 
the Commanding Officer of each Federally recognized unit of the 
Pennsylvania National Guard report by letter or telegraph to The 
Adjutant-General, Harrisburg, Pa., before 10 o'clock on the morning 
of June 30th, the exact strength of his unit, giving officers and en- 
listed men separately. The form of letter or telegram should be 
as follows : 



Brigadier-General F. D. Beary, 
The Adjutant-General, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



Strength of June thirtieth, Officers, 

(unit) 



enlisted men, aggregate 



Signature, 
Rank and unit. 



2. It is important that this order be kept on current file so that 
• the information requested will not be overlooked on June 30th and 

all enlistments contemplated during the month of June should be 
completed on June 28th and included in the report made on June 30th 
This report only applies to Federally recognized units of the Penn- 
sylvania National Guard. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 

Official : 




Adjutant 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
' THE; ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

ixU^m ttiaVv ■: ■•;■■■■} fiarrisbufg, 'Pa., June 26, 192',. 

General Orders ) ' ••• 

si s^e,>w4%^sv;r^^ ; .vj 

. ; , .. .■* , . .. , V j: i ,. . , • Section 

Organization' of ! Service 1 O^hTLpany,' 103rd Medical Regiment, I 
Disbandment of Medical Laboratory Section No. 103, 103rd 

Medical Regiment, ........... . ....... ....... . . . ■ II 

Conversion of Sanitary Company No. 107, ,103rd Medical 
Regiment, to Hospital Company No. 109, 103rd Medical 
Regiment, ..Ill 

I. In order to conform to Organization Table No, 82, N. G.. 
cl.ate.ecl April 1, 192f,, the Service Company.. 103rd Medical Re^ir 
fijent, will be organised on July 1, 1924. The Service Company 
(less Band Section) will be located at Coraopolis, Pa., . and the 
Band Section at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Captain Edwin JV Oellig, Medical Administrative Corps, is re- 
lieved from duty with .Medical Supply Section No. 103, 103rd 
Medical Regiment, and assigned to Service Company, 103rd Medi- 
cal Regiment, as Commanding Officer, effective July 1, 1924. 

Captain Fred L. Patterson, Medical Corps, is relieved frcm duty 
with Regimental Headquarters, 103rd Medical Regiment, and as- 
signed to Service Company, 103rd Medical Regiment, effective 
July 1, 1924. 

The Commanding Officer, 103rd Medical Regiment, will trans- 
fer by Special Orders, all enlisted men, by name, from Head- 
quarters Detachment and Medical Supply Section No. 103, 103rd 
Medical Regiment, to Service Company, 103rd Medical Regiment. 
All transfers will be made in the grade of private, effective July 

1, 1924.:. 

The Commanding General, 28th Division, will transfer by 
Special Orders nineteen (19) enlisted men, by name, from Head- 
quarters Battery, 108th Field Artillery, to Band Section, Service 
Company, 103rd Medical Regiment, effective July 1, 1924. - - 

All Federal property in possession of Headquarters Detach- 
ment and Medical Supply Section No. 103, 103rd Medical Regi- 
ment, will be transferred to Captain Edwin J. Oellig, Service Com- 
pany, 103rd Medical Regiment, in accordance with the Provisions 
of Par. 874, N. G. R., 1922. 

Financial Reports of Annual Allowance will be completed by 
Lieutenant Colonel Edward M. Rand, for Headquarters Detach- 
ment, 103rd Medical Regiment, by Captain Edwin J. Oellig, for 
Medical Supply Section No. 103, 103rd Medical Regiment, as 
required by G. O. No. 10, A. G. O., c. s. These reports and 
certified checks for the balance, payable to The Adjutant Gen- 
eral of Pennsylvania, will be forwarded direct to this office. 

II. The Medical Laboratory Section No. 103, 103rd Medical 
Regiment, located at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is disbanded, effected June 
30, 1924. 

Captain Thomas J. Wenner, Medical Corps, is relieved from 
duty with Medical Laboratory Section No. 103, 103rd Medical 
Regiment, and assigned to Medical Detachment, 109th Field Artil- 
lery, effective June 30, 1924. 



[G. O. 15.] 3 

The Commanding General, 28tli Division, will transfer by 
Special Orders all of the enlisted men, by name, from Medical 
Laboratory Section No. 103, 103rd Medical Regiment, to Medical 
Detachment, 109th Field Artillery. All transfers will be made 
in the grade of private, effective June 30, 1924, and will include 
individual equipment. 

Captain Thomas J. Wenner, Medical Corps, will arrange with 
the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer, Harrisburg, Pa., for 
the transfer of all other equipment from Medical Laboratory Sec- 
tion No. 103, 103rd Medical Regiment, to Captain Edwin J. 
OelUg, Service Company, 103rd Medical Regiment. 

Financial Report of Annual Allowance will be completed by 
Captain Thomas J. Wenner, as required by G. O. No. 10, A. G. O., 
c. s. The report and certified check for the balance, payable 
to The Adjutant General of Pennsylvania, will be forwarded 
direct to this office. 

III. Pursuant to authority contained in Militia Bureau letter, 
dated April 29, 1924, (M. B. 325.454 Penn. 1), announcement 
is made of the conversion of Sanitary Company No. 107, 103rd 
Medical Regiment, located at Wellsboro, Pa., into Hospital Com- 
pany No. 109, 103rd Medical Regiment, effective July 1, 1924. 

Captain Charles W. Sheldon, Medical Corps, is relieved from 
duty with Sanitary Company No. 107, 103rd Medical Regiment, 
and assigned to Hospital Company, No. 109, 103rd Medical 
Regiment, effective July 1, 1924. 

Captain Fay X. Field, Medical Corps, will arrange with the 
U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer, Harrisburg, Pa., for the 
return of all equipment now in possession of Sanitary Company 
No. 107, 103rd Medical Regiment, which is not required according 
to Tables of Equipment for a Hospital Company. 

Financial Report of Annual Allowance will be completed bv 
Captain Fay X. Field, as required by G. O. No. 10, A. G. O., 
c. s. The report and certified check for the balance, payable to 
The Adjutant General of Pennsylvania, will be forwarded direct 
to this office. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 



F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 16] 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., July 1, 1924- 

General Orders, ) 
No. 16. ) 

Section 

Appointments antl Assignments of Officers I 

Re-assignments of Officers II 

Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List Ill 

Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve, IV 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, V 

Resignations of Officers VI 

Vacation of Commissions VII 

Federal Recognition of Officers VIII 

State Recognition of Organizations IX 

Citations, X 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assignment. 


Medical Administrative 
Corps. 
Medical Department. 


















Nathaniel Nathanscn, 

Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 


2nd Lieut., 


June 


16, 


'24, 


June 


16, 


'24, 


Regt. 


David Budin, 

Dental Corps, 
Medical Department. 


Captain , 


June 


16, 


'24, 


June 


16, 


'24. 


Collecting Co. No. 107, 
103rd Med. Regt. 


Norman LeRoy May , 
Quartermaster Corps. 


Captain, 


June 


11, 


'24, 


June 


11. 


'24, 


Med. Det., 112th In- 
fantry. 


William Thomas, 
Raymond Elias Casper, 
Air Service. 


1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


June 
June 


6, 
6, 


'24, 
'24, 


June 
Dec. 


6, 
6, 


'24, 
'12, 


Motorcycle Co. No. 103, 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 

Wag. Co. No. 106, 28th 
Div. Tn. 


Ralph James Bradford, 
Edward Garrett Pennock, 
Field Artillery. 


2nd Lieut. , 
2nd Lieut., 


June 
June 


18, 
2'-.. 


'24, 
'24, 


June 
June 


18, 
26, 


'24, 
'24. 


103rd Observ. Sq., Air 

Service. 
103rd Observ. Sq., Air 

Service. 


Harry J. Armor, 


Major, 


June 


20, 


'24, 


June 


20, 


'24, 


2nd Bn. Hq., 107th F. 
A. 

1st Bn. Hq., 108th F. 

A., as Adjt. 
Service Btry., 107th F. 
A. 

Hq., 53rd F. A. Brig., 
as Intelligence Officer. 

1st Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Train, 109th F. 


Philip Burt Fisher, 
Charles Edivin Conner, 


Captain, 
Captain , 


June 
June 


26, 
23, 


'24, 
'24, 


Aug. 
June 


30, 
23, 


'20, 
'24, 


William Jackson Griffith, 
Jr., 

Lawrence Michael Mul- 
hall, 


1st Lieut. , 
1st Lieut. , 


June 
June 


3, 
7, 


'24, 
'24, 


June 
June 


27, 
7, 


'21, 
'24, 


Milton John Jones, 


1st Lieut. , 


June 


7, 


'24, 


June 


7, 


'24, 


A. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 109th F. 


Horace Gibson Nichol, 
Jr., 

George Sidney Station, 


1st Lieut. , 


June 


20, 


'24, 


June 


20, 


'24, 


A. 

Battery B, 107th F. A. 


2nd Lieut., 


June 


6, 


'24, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Combat Tn., 108th F. 
A. 



[G. O. 16] 



2 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Bank 


From. 


Samuel Kurtz Barkley , 
Kemp Goodloe Fuller,, 


2nd Lieut. , 
2nd Lieut. , 


June 
June 


9, 
20, 


'24, 
'24, 


June 
June 


9, 
20, 


•24, 
'24, 


Lewis Franklin Acker, 


2nd Lieut. , 


June 


20, 


'24, 


June 


20, 


•24, 


Archibald Fredrick Land- 
ders, 

Theodore Philip Coates, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. , 


June 
June 


20, 
20, 


'24, 
'24, 


June 
June 


20, 
20, 


•24, 
•24, 


Cavalry. 
















Samuel David Rhine- 
smith , 
Olaf Dimling Carlton, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


June 
June 


7, 
20, 


•24, 
'24, 


June 
June 


7, 

20, 


'24, 
•24, 


Infantry. 
















Gerwin Davis Adair, 


Major, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


Henry Cheston Hicks, 


Captain, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


Edward Lowry Traylor, 


Captain, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


Earl William Adair, 


Captain, 


June 


7, 


'24, 


June 


7, 


•24, 


Lucius McKennan Crum- 
rine , 

Thomas Webb Scott, 


Captain , 
Captain, 


June 
June 


20, 
20, 


'24, 
•24, 


June 
June 


20, 
20, 


•24, 
'24, 


Faimon Henry Snyder 
Clay, 

Edward Robins Glenn, 


1st Lieut. , 
1st Lieut., 


June 
June 


6, 
6, 


•24, 
'24, 


June 
June 


6, 
6, 


•24, 
•24, 


Henry Stanley Lawrence, 


1st Lieut., 


June 


7, 


'24, 


June 


7, 


•24, 


James Miller Smith, 


1st Lieut. , 


June 


20, 


'24, 


June 


20, 


'24, 


William Grant Batten, 


2nd Lieut. , 


June 


6, 


'24, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


Edmund Lenas Slmtt, 


2nd Lieut. , 


June 


6, 


'24, 


June 


6, 


'24, 


Joseph 'William Walton, 


2nd Lieut. , 


June 


11, 


'24, 


June 


11, 


'24, 


Ticeed Harold Stafford, 


2nd Lieut. , 


June 


24, 


'24, 


June 


24, 


'24, 



Assignment. 



Battery C, 107th F. A. 

Hq. Btry., 53rd F. A. 
Brig. 

Service Btry., 176th F. 
A. 

Battery A, 176th F. A. 

Battery F, 176th F. A. 



Hq., 52nd M. G. Sq., » 

as I. P. & T. Officer. 
Troop F, 104th Cavalry. 



Regtl. Hq., 

as M. 6. 
Company K, 

fantry. 
Company M, 

fantry. 
Company D, 

fantry. 
Regtl. Hq., 

as Supply 
Howitzer Co. 

fantry. 
Company K, 

fantry. 
Regtl. Hq., 

as I. P. & 
Company D, 

fantry. 
Regtl. Hq., 

as I. P. & 
3rd Bn. Hq. 

Inf. 
Company M, 

fantry. 
Company E, 

fantry. 
Howitzer Co., 

fantry. 



109th Inf., 

Officer. 
109th In- 

111th In- 

109th In- 

110th Inf., 
Officer. 
110th In- 

109th In- 

111th Inf., 
T. Officer. 
109th In- 

110th Inf., 
T. Officer. 
Co., 109th 

109th In- 

111th In- 

110th In- 



II. Re- assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Perry A. Jones, 
Clair Groover, 

Burton L. Bisbing, 
William B. Wagner, 
John E. Hawkins, 
Almond J. Clough, Jr. 



Rank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 



Old Assignment. 



Service Btry., 107th 

F. A., 
I. P. & T. Officer, 

2nd Sq. Hq. & 

Hq. Det, 103rd 

Cav., 

Company C, 109th 
Inf., 

1st Bn. Hq. Co., 

109th Inf., 
Company F, 111th 

Inf., 

Company E, 112th 
Inf., 



New Assignment. 



Btry. B, 107th F. 
A., 

, iTroop D, 103rd 
Cavalry, 



1st Bn. Hq. Co., 

109th Inf 
Company C, 109th 

Inf., 

Company M, 111th 
Inf., 

Company G, 112th 
Inf., 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



June 23, '24. 

June 21, '24. 

June 16, '24. 

June 16, '24. 

June 23, '24. 

June 20, '24. 



III. Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 



3 



[G. O. 16] 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Donald J. Zimmerman, 
Warren C. Arnold, 


Captain, 
Captain, 


Troop D, 103rd Cavalry, 
Company A, 109th In- 
fantry, 

Howitzer Co., 110th In- 
fantry, 


June 20, '24. 
June 16, '24. 


Reigh A. Marietta, 


1st Lieut., 


June 20, '24. 


IV. Transfers of Officers 


to National Guard Reserve : 




Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to N. 6. 
Reserve. 


Clinton T. Bundy, 
John G. Stewart, 


Major, 
1st Lieut., 


2nd Bn. Hq., 107th P. A., 
D. C, Med. Det., 110th 
Inf., 


May 31, '24. 
June 23, '24. 



V. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



Name. 



John M. Gentner, 
Frank A. McKenry, 

Benjamin K. Alvoard, 
John B. Paul, 

Louis 1. Belfand, 

Mortimer 8. Ashton, 



Rank. 



Lt. Col., 
Major, 

Captain, 
Captain, 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Regtl. Hq., 103rd Engrs., 
Headquarters, 28th Divi- 
sion, 

Hq„ 103rd Medical Regt., 
Medical Det., 108th F. 
A., 

Medical Det., 56th Inf. 
Brig., 

Regtl. Hq., 112th In- 
fantry. 



From 



June 16, '24, 



July 

July 
July 

July 

June 



'24, 

1, '24, 
1, '24, 

1, '24, 

7, '24, 



To 



July 1, '24. 
Aug. 15, '24. 



Sept. 1, 
Oct. 15, 



'24. 
'24. 



luly 31, '24. 
June 21, '24. 



I. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Fay X. Field, 

t/illiam J. Griffith, 
Hoy E. Sleppy, 

Ransom Hughes, 

Newbold Drayton, 
William May, 
Oscar 8. Keller, 

William H. Payne, 

Thomas F. Brettell, 
Kenneth L. Cox, 

William H. J. Mclntyre, 

Alfred P. Jones, 

Harry P. Anderson, 

Arthur P. Fallon, 



Rank. 



Captain, 

Captain, 
Captain, 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 



Organization. 



M. C, San. Co. No. 107, 

103rd Med. Regt., 
2nd Bn. Hq., 107th P. A., 
M. C, Med. Det., 176th 
P. A., 

Battery C, 213th Artillery 

(A.-A.), 
3rd Bn. Hq., 108th P. A., 
Hq. Battery, 109th P. A., 
Battery C, 109th Field 

Artillery, 
Troop A, 52nd M. G. 

Squadron, 
Troop A, 104th Cavalry, 
28th Mil. Police Co., Spec. 

Trs., 28th Div., 
103rd Observation Sq., 

Air Service, 
Battery P, 108th Field 

Artillery. 
Service Co., 112th In- 
fantry, 

Company C, 112th In- 
fantry. 



Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 



June 


30, 


'24. 


June 
June 


2, 
23, 


'24. 
'24. 


June 


5, 


'24. 


June 
June 
June 


16, 
5, 
5, 


'24. 
'24. 
'24. 


June 


25, 


'24. 


June 
June 


23, 
20, 


'24. 
'24. 


June 


5, 


•24 


June 


26, 


'24. 


June 


2, 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 



[G. O. 16] 4 
VII. Vacation of Commissions : 



Name. 


Kank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Vacation of 
Commission. 


Marshall S. Wilson, 


1st Lieut., 


3rd Bn. Hq., 176th Field Ar 
tillery, 

Headquarters, 107th Field Ar- 
tillery, 


June 30, '24. 


Edward J. Edrrmndson, Jr., 


2nd Lieut., 


June 11, '24. 



VIII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Leon W. Beisel, 
Almond J. dough, Jr. 
James B. Cousart, 
John C. Davis, 

Ralph N. Dewoody, 
David B. Drolsbaugh, 

Jacob Y. Eberly, 

Patrick F. Flanagan, 
Golon B. Harris, 

Clifford J. Keil, 
Leroy Kostenbauder, 
Chester A. Mertens, 
John J. Mullin, 
Linwood D. McClure, 
Henry L. McGrath, 
John Nvckel, 
Edwin J. Oeilig, 

Leo W. Palmer, 
Daniel J. Regan, 
William B. Wagner, 
Emil A. Wahle, 

James S. Williams, 
Joseph F. Yates, 




2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
]st Lieut., 

Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd 'Lieut 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
Captain, 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Battery E, 109th Field Artillery, 
Company E, 112th Infantry, 
Inf., Hq., Spec. Trs., 28th D:t., 
Q. M. C, M. T. Co. No. 109, 

28th Div. Tn., 
Company L, 112th Infantry, 
Q. M. C, M. T. Co. No. 109, 

28th Div. Tn., 
Headquarters Co., 28th Divi- 
sion, 

Company F, 109th Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th In- 
fantry, 

Company L, 110th Infantry, 
Battery C, 109th Field Artillery, 
Company G, 109th Infantry, 
Howitzer Co., 111th Infantry, 
Company K, 111th Infantry, 
Hq., 53rd F. A. Brigade, 
Battery C, 107th Field Artillery, 
SI. A. C, Med. Sup. Sec. No. 

103, 103rd Med. Regt., 
Company L, 112th Infantry, 
Company H, 112th Infantry, 
1st Bn. Hq. Co., 109th Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. 

Tn., 108th F. A., 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 
D. C, Med. Det., 108th F. A., 



Date of 
Federal 
Becognition. 



Apr. 


28, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


'24. 


Feb. 


28. 


'24. 


May 


22, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


'24. 


May 


22, 


'24. 


Apr. 


29, 


'24. 


Apr. 


12, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


'24. 


Apr. 


21, 


'24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24. 


May 


28, 


'24. 


May 


3, 


'24. 


Apr. 


2, 


'24. 


May 


10, 


'24. 


Apr. 


25, 


'24. 


Apr. 


1, 


'24. 


May 


15, 


'24. 


Apr. 


12, 


'24. 


May 


3, 


*24. 


May 


22, 


'24. 


Apr. 


16, 


'24. 



IX. State Recognition of Organizations : 









Date of 


Organization. 




Location. 


State 








Recognition. 


103rd Observation Squadron, 


Philadelphia, 


Pa., 


June 20, '24. 


Collecting Co. No. 107, 103rd Med. Regt., 


Philadelphia, 


Pa., 


June 17, '24. 



X. Citations : 



General Orders No. 1, A. G. O., series 1923, is amended to include the following 
award of Foreign Decoration : 



5 



[G. O. 16] 



Holden, Lloyd C, 125219, sergt., Hq. Co., 6th Field Artillery, 1st Div. 

French Croix de Guerre with silver star, under Order No. 23/C, dated May 22, 
1918, 60th Infantry Division (French), with the following citation: 

"He displayed the qualities of calm and sangfroid by constantly keeping up the 
repair service of the telephone lines in spite of a heavy bombardment." 

Residence at enlistment : Pittsburgh, Pa. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



■ 

- 

... 

; 



[G. O. 17] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., July IS, 192J,. 

General Orders, ) 
No. 17. ) 

Section. 

Annual Field Training, 103rd Observation Squadron, 28th 



Division, Pennsylvania National Guard I 

Transportation, II 

Subsistence Ill 

Preparation of Training Program, IV 

General Instructions, : V 



I. ANNUAL FIELD TRAINING, 103rd Observation Squad- 
ron. — Pursuant to the provisions of Section 92, National Defense 
Act, as amended June 4. 1920, and authority granted by Head- 
quarters. Third Corps Area, the 103rd Observation Squadron, 28th 
Division, Pennsylvania National Guard, will perform a tour of 
duty for instruction in field training, at Langlev Field. Virginia, 
from August 16th to 30th, inclusive, 1924. 

II. TRANSPORTATION.— The Commanding Officer. 103rd 
Observation Squadron, will confer with Colonel Clarence J. Smith, 
Commanding 213th Artillery, (A. -A.), Allentown, Pa., who will 
make the necessary arrangements for the transportation of this 
unit, by water, from Philadelphia, Pa., to Fort Monroe, Va.. and 
return. The travel directed is necessary in the military service. 

III. SUBSISTENCE. — Rations will be obtained by the Supply 
Officer of the 103rd Observation Squadron, at Langley Field, Va., 
by purchase from the Post Quartermaster, or elsewhere, and must 
not exceed fifty (.50) cents per enlisted man per day. Properly 
certified bills, in triplicate, of the person, firm, or cc rporation, fur- 
nishing the supplies, with certificate of receipt by the purchasing 
officer, stating purchase was made for immediate consumption and 
for the enlisted men of the 103rd Observation Squadron, will be 
forwarded to U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer for settle- 
ment. This arrangement as to certified bills applies to regular 
camp supplies required and purchased by the 103rd Observation 
Squadron for the U. S. Property and Disbursing Qfficer. 

IV. PREPARATION OF TRAINING PROGRAM.— The Com- 
manding General, 28th Division, will prepare the necessary train- 
ing program and issue all orders pertaining to the discipline and 
instruction of this unit during the tour of field duty. 

V. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS.— All instructions contained 
in G. O. No. 8, A. G. O., current series, insofar as they apply, will 
be strictly adhered to by all concerned. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Cliief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 18J 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., July 29, 192-',. 

General Order ( 
No. 18. f 

1. The following appointments as Members of the Armory 
Board of the State of Pennsylvania have been made by the 
Governor, and the same are published herewith for the informa- 
tion and guidance of all concerned. 

Colonel Robert M. Vail, Scranton, Pa., 
to be computed from July 11. 1924, 

vice Colonel Louis A. Watres resigned July 10, 1924. 

Lieut. Colonel Stephen Elliott, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 
to be computed from July 11, 1924, 

vice General C. Bow. Doughterty resigned July 10, 1924. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



; 



[G. 0. 19] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa.. August 1, 192 ). 

General Orders, ( 
No. 19. j" 

Section 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers I 

Re-assignments of Officers, II 

Assignments of Officers, Ill 

Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List IV 

^Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve V 

Transfer of Officer to Retired List, VI 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, VII 

Resignations of Officers VIII 

Declination of Appointment IX 

Federal Recognition of Officers X 

State Recognition of Organizations XI 

Federal Recognition of Organizations XII 

Rescission of certain General Orders XIII 

Redesignation of 213th Artillery XIV 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Luigi Giorno, 

Chaplain. 
Charles Sohall, 
Charles Schall, 
Thomas Teifion Richards, 

Quartermaster Corps. 
Robert Donald Jenkins, 

Frank William Lesley, 

Roy Paul Buffington, 

Ordnance Department. 
William Malvern Fox, 

Medical Administrative 
P Corps, 

Medical Department. 
Roland Harold Hand, 

Fay Harris Rumsey, 

Medical Corps- 
Medical Department. 
Fay X. Field, 

Harry Arthur Vosburg, 

Warren Abraham Wolf, 

Dental Corps. 
Medical Department. 
Harry Ward Bailey, 

Coast Artillery Corps. 
Karl Franklin Beary, 
Victor Daniel, 
Harry George Koh'.haas, 



Rank. 



■\Varrant 
Officer, 

Lt. Col., 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 



1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

Major, 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut.. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 



Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rauk 


from. 


July 


1", 


'24, 


July 


17, 


'24, 


July 
May 
July 


1, 

28, 

28, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 


July 
May 
July 


1, 
28, 

28, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24. 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


3, 


'24, 


.Tuly 


3, 


'24, 


July 


3, 


'24, 


July 


3, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


8, 


'24, 


July 


8, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 


1, 


'24, 


July 
July 
Julv 


8, 
8, 
28, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24. 


July 
July 
July 


S, 
8, 
28, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 



Assignment. 



Service Co., 103rd Cav. 
as Band Leader. 

Hq., 28th Division. 
Hq., 28th Division. 
Regtl. Hq., 109th Inf. 



Q. M. Sec, S. S. C. & 
D. 

M. T. Co. No. 110, 28th 

Div. Tn. 
M. T. Co. No. 110, 2Sth 

Div. Tn. 

103rd Ord. Co. (Main. ), 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 



Service Co.. 103rd Med. 
Regt. 

Hosp. Co. No. 109, 103rd 
Med. Regt. 



Hosp. Co. No. 109, 103rd 

Med. Regt. 
Hosp. Co. No. 109, 103rd 

Med. Regt. 
Med. Det., 176th F. A. 



Hosp. Co. No. 109. HOBfd 
Med. Regt. 

1st Bn. Hq., 213th Art. 
Btrv. C, 213th Artillery. 
Btrv. C, 213th Artillery. 



[G. O. 19] 



2 



Name. 



Field Artillery. 

David Smiley Duncan, 
Philip Williams Burges, 
Franklin Bell Thompson, 
Jr., 

August Reinhardt Weis- 
haar, 

Anthony Bernard Dreier, 
Boyd Vincent Imbrie, 
Joseph Ernest Gill, 

Kenneth Bostwick Carney, 
Harlo Wilbur Higby, 

Donald Richard Hersh- 
berger, 

Cavalry. 
Edward John Albert, 

Edgar Van Houten Bell, 
Clair Groover, 
William Patrick Hoar, 

John Elias Shade, 

Thomas Collins Shoemaker, 

Robert McEinley Thomp- 
son, 

Infantry. 
Charles Sumner Seamans, 
2nd, 

Mahlon Henry Harris, 
William Wynkoop Rey- 
nolds, 
John Wilfrid Eyre, 

Russell Darius Snyder, 

Clarence Leone Tingwall 

Francis M. Brady, 

Chester Arthur Mertens, 

George William Weaver, 

LaVerne Eugene Craven, 

David Daniel Swavely, 
William Albert Baeckel. 

Sidney Charles Hadsull. 

John Elmer Vare. 

Paul Stormer, 

George Walter Bovard, 

Clarence William Urban, 

Malcolm Dunham Beycler, 

Russell Wallace Cooper, 

Harold Joseph Mathis, 

Franklin Walter Reese, 

Joseph Andrew Mansfield, 

Stanley Gordon, 

James Edson Frew, 



Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


Prom. 


1st Lieut., 


July 
July 


8, 
0, 


•24, 
'24, 


Julv 
July 


8, 
9, 


'24, 
'24, 


1 o +" T i t>i i i' 

J. B L JjlClll,, 

2nd Lieut., 


July 
July 


14, 

3, 


'24, 
'24, 


Jul V 
July 


14, 

3 


'24, 
'24 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


July 
July 
July 


3, 
9. 
10, 


'24, 
'24. 
'24, 


July 
Julv 
July 


o 

9, 
10 


'24, 
'24, 
'24 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


.Tulv 
July 


10, 
12, 


'24, 
'24. 


July 
July 


10 

12! 


'24, 
'24! 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


14, 


•24, 


July 


14. 


'24, 


v il [ » ! mill 


July 


s, 


'24, 


Julv 


s, 


'24, 


Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


July 
July 
July 


25, 
28, 
8, 


'24, 
'24. 
'24, 


July 
July 
July 


25, 
28, 
g 


'24, 
'24. 
'24 


1st Lieut., 


July 


22, 


'24 


July 


22 


'24 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


7 


'24 


July 


7 


'24 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


51, 


'24, 


July 


31 


'24, 


Captain, 


July 


7, 


'24, 


July 


7, 


'24, 


Captain, 

1 of T .i an + 


July 
July 


12, 
12, 


'24, 
'24, 


July 
Jul V 


12, 
14, 


'24, 
'20, 


let" T i mi t 


July 


3, 


'24, 


July 


3, 


'24. 


1 tit- T ip-nt 


July 


7, 


'24, 


July 


7, 


'2 1. 


1 ct T ,i Mit 

161 iJllTU L. , 


July 


12, 


'24, 


July 


12, 


'24, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


16, 


'24. 


July 


10, 


'24, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


31, 


'24, 


July 


31, 


'24, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


31, 


'24, 


July 


31, 


'24, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


31, 


'24, 


July 


31, 


'24. 


2nd Lieut., 

T i on t 


July 
July 


8, 
8, 


'24, 
'24^ 


July 
July 


8, 
8, 


'24, 
'24, 


o,i,l T.ipnt 
•-11(1 uicui.. 


July 


8, 


'24, 


July 


8, 


'24 


9nr! T ifill t 
_ i m i ijie (i i . , 


July 


8, 


'24, 


July 


8, 


'24, 


Otwl T iflnt" 
ZIKl Ajlt-U(., 


July- 


9, 


'24, 


Julv 


9, 


'24, 


On/1 T.i^iif 
^]l(i J-vle(l(., 


July 


9, 


'24, 


Julv 


9, 


'24, 


9„,1 T loll f 
1 1 U ±jltf (11., 


July 


9> 


'24, 


Julv 


9, 


'24, 


Ori rl T ion tr 


July 


9, 


'24, 


Julv 


9, 


•24, 


9nrl T.i*illt 


July 


14, 


'24, 


July 


14, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


14, 


'24. 


July 


14, 


'24. 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


38, 


'24, 


July 


28, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


28, 


'24, 


July 


28, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


31, 


'24, 


July 


31, 


'24, 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


31, 


'24, 


July 


31, 


'24, 



Assignment. 



Battery A, 108th P. A. 
Battery D, 176th P., A. 

Batterv A, 107th P. A. 
Battery D, 107th F. A. 

Battery A, 109tli P. A. 
Battery IS, 107th P. A. 
Hq>, 108th F. A., as 

Liaison Officer. 
Battery P, 108th P. A. 
Service Btry., 107th F. 

A. <, 
Service Btry., 109th P. 

A. 

Hq., 103rd Cav., as 

Supply Officer. 
Troop A, 103rd Cavalrv. 
Troop I), 103rd Cavalrv. 
1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Dei., 

3 03rd Cav. 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 

104th Cav., as Adjt. 
Troop A, 52nd M. G. 

Sq. 

Hq. Det., 52nd M. G. 
Sq. 

Company A, 109th In- 
fantry. 
Hq. Co., 109th Infantry. 
Hq., 100th Inf., as I. 

P. & T. Officer. 
Hq., Spec. Trs., 28th 
Div., as Supply Officer. 
Company A, 109th In- 
fantry. 
Company I, 

fantry. 
How. Co. , 

fantry. 
Company G, 109th In- 
fantry. 
Regtl. Hq., 110th Inf., 
as I. P. & T. Officer. 
Company B, 110th In- 
fantry. 
Hq. Co., 55th Inf. Brig. 
28th Mil. Police Co., 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 
How. Co., 109th In- 
fantry. 
Company P, 111th In- 
fantry. 
How. Co., 

fantry. 
Company < 

fantry. 
Company H, 112th In 

fantry. 
Company K, 112th In 

fantry. 
Company C, 112th In 

fantry, 
Company 
fantry. 
Company B, 109th In 

fantry. 
Company E, 109th In 



112th Tn- 
110th in- 



112th In- 
112th Ih- 



I, 112th In- 



fantry. 
Company G 

fantry. 
Company 

fantry 



i:. 



109th lu- 
ll 0th In- 



II. Re-assignments of Officers : 



3 



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Name. 




Bank. 


Old Assignment. 


-Sew Assignment. 


Date 


of 


Re- 






assig 


[Illicit t. 


















4 tuna fiT Jiiljipll 


Captain, 


AT rvl Tift ^riiip 


T?n/rH T-T7t 1 O^rd 


■) Ul\ 


11. 


'24. 








Trs. 28th Div. , 






1 ' i / ■ }l i 1 i'fj i\ 

it (t iu.i i u *> . myiif, 


1st 


Lieut. , 


"Rtvv ' 4 1 Oftth v' 
d_y l i j . _- \ j ivoui j,' • 


lit Rn "FTn Ifl-st'-i 


• 1 til \ 


9, 


'24. 






A. 


F. A. as I. P. 

l\_ J.. i/lil'Hri. 






R d\) n\ 011(1 If". S'WeenCy 


1st 


Lieut., 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. 


3rd Bn. Hq., lOSth 


July 


q 


'24 








At ("ViTYin 'I'ti 

*A- 1_ I P 1 1 1 L* • -1-11., 


F. A as I I' 














OC J. . 'L/Jli.L,ci. « 








James G. Rosiorough, 


1st 


Lieut. , 


Btrv. E, lOSth F. 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. 


July 


10, 


'24. 






A., 


& Comb. Tn.. 












108th F. A., 
Company C, 109th 








^bhn G. English, 


1st 


Lieut., 


I. P. & T. Officer, 


July 


9, 


'24. 






Hq., 109th Int., 


Inf., 




Louis J. Merk, 


1st 


Lieut., 


Company E, 109th 


Company F, 109 th 


July 


9, 


'24. 








Inf., 


Inf., 




Lane A. Davis, 


1st 


Lieut., 


Company 51, 111th 


Company H, 111th 


July 


13, 


'24. 








Inf., 


Inf., 






William A. Fulmer, 


1st 


Lieut., 


Company H, 111th 


Company M, 111th 


July 


13, 


'24. 








Inf., 


Inf., 




Fred R. Evans, 


2nd 


Lieut., 


Company C, 109th 


Company A, 109th 


July 


8, 


'21. 








Inf., 


Inf., 







III. Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Assignment. 


Date of 
Assignment. 


■John S. Owens, 
John H. Batty, 

Anthony L. Blceel;er, 
Joseph, J. Gallagher, 
WiiUam C. Gallagher, 


Captain, 
Captain, 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Operations Officer, 103rd Observ. Sq., 
Commander "A" Flight, 103rd Observ. 
Sq., 

Adjutant, 103rtl Obsery. Sq., 
Engineering Officer, 103rd Observ. Sq., 
Supply Officer, 103rd Observ. Sq., 


June 27, '24. 
June 27, '24. 

June 27, '24. 
.Time 27, '24. 
•Tune 27, '24. 


IV. Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


William A. B. Paul, 
James E. Bufflngton, 
Golon B. Harris, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


Troop A, 103rd Cavalry, 
M. T. Co. No. 110, 28th Div. Tn., 
tin. Hq. Co., 112th Infantry, 


July 2, '24. 
July 2, '24. 
July 9, '24. 


p V. Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
Reserve. 


Pemoerton H. Shober, 


Captain, 


3rd Bn. Hq., 10.8th F. A., 


July 9. '24. 


VI. Transfer of Officer to Retired List : 




Name. 


Retired. 
Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Retirement. 


.tntfrcic R. Loclchart, 


Lt. Col., 


3rd Bn. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 


July 31, '24. 



[CJ. O. 19 J 4 



VII. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Orgai i i/.ation . 


From. 


To. 


William M. Spencer, 

Walter E. Morris, 
Clement B. Wood, 

Raymond W. Sweeney, 
Graham Dougherty, 


Major, 

Captain, 
Captain, 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


2nd Bn. Hq., 112th In- 
fantry, 
Troop P, 104th Cayalrv, 
Hq. Troop, 52nd Ciiv. 
Brig., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & 
Comb. Til, 108th F. 
A., 

Battery D, 108th F. A., 


July 19, "24, 

Julv 1, '24, 
Aug. 5, '24, 

July 1. '24, 
July 1, '24, 


Sept. 30, '24. 

Oct. 31, '24. 
Oct. 5, '24. 

Sept. 1, '24. 
Sept. 1, '24. 



VIII. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


- 

Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 


William W. Reynolds, 
James D. Moore, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Hq. Co., 109th Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 170th 
F. A., 

M. C, Med. Det., 103rd Cavalry, 
Troop D, 103rd Cavalry, 
Company I, 112th Infantry, 
Battery A, 109th Field Artillery, 
1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 104th Cav., 
Service Battery, 107th F. A., 


July 11, '24. 
June 30, '24. 


Henry B. Harvey, 
Albert A. Everetts, 
Clyde A. Dahl, 
Joseph F. Fuller, 
Robert K. Meredith, 
Oscar M. Frisbie, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


July 18, '24. 
July 2, '24. 
July 8, '24. 
July 21, '24. 
July 12, '24. 
Julv 8, '24. 



IX. Declination of Appointment: 









Date of 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Declination 
of Appoint- 








ment. 


James Miller Smith, 


1st Lieut., 


Regtl. Hq., 110th Inf., as I. P. & T. 


July 11, '24. 




Officer, 



X. Federal Recognition of Officers: 



Name. 



Lewis F. Acker, 
Earl W. Adair, 
Gerwin D. Adair, 
John A. Apple, 
Harry J. Armor. 
William A. Baeckel, 

Harry W. Bailey, 

Samuel K. Barkley, 
William G. Batten, 
John H. Blue, Jr.. 
Thomas Brain, 
Milton L. Brown. 
David Budin, 

Roy P. Buffint/ton. 

Kenneth B. Carney, 
Ola} D. Carlton, 
Raymond E. Casper, 

Faimon H. S. Clay, 
Theodore P. Coutes, 
Charles E. Conner, 
Lucius M. Crumrine. 
Anthony B. Dreier. 



Rank. 



2nd Lieut., 

Captain, 

Major, 

2nd Lieut., 

Major, 

2nd Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
Captain, 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 



Organization. 



Service Btry.. 176th F. A., 

Company D, 109th Infantry, 

Headquarters, 109th Infantry, 

Company F, 110th Infantry, 

2nd Bn. Hq., 107th F. A., 

Inf., 28th Mil. Police Co., Spec. Trs., 

28th Div., 
D. C, Hosp. Co. No. 109, 103rd Med. 

Regt., 

Battery C, 107th F. A.., 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 109th Infantry, 
Battery A, 108th F. A., 
Battery F, 109th F. A., 
Company L, 110th Infantry, 



M. C, Col. 

Regt., 
Q. M. C, 

Div. Tn., 
Battery F 



Co. No. .107, 103rd Med 
M. T. Co. No. 110, 28th 



108th F. A., 
Troop F, 104th Cavalry, 
Q. M. C, Wag. Co. No. 106, 28th 

Div. Tn., 
Company K, 109th Infantry, 
Battery F, 176th F. A., 
Service Battery, 107th F. A., 
Headquarters, 110th Infantry, 
Battery A, 109th F. A., 



Date of 
Federal 



Recognition. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


June 


7, 


'24. 


•Tune 


6, 


'24. 


May 


1", 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


July 


! 8, 


'24. 


July 


1, 


'24. 


June 


9, 


'24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


Apr. 


29, 


'24. 


Apr. 


12, 


'24. 


May 


17, 


'24. 


July 


1, 


'24. 


July 


3. 


'24. 


July 


10, 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


June 


23, 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


July 


3, 


'24. 



5 



[G. O. 19 j 



Name. 




John L. Dressier, 
David S. Duncan, 
John W. Eyre, 
Fay X. Field, 

Frank J. Fredericks, 
Kemp G. Fuller, 

Joseph e. am. 

Edward R. Glenn, 
William J. Griffith. Jr., 
Sidney O. Hadsall, 
Samuel W. Hamilton, 
IrHenry C. Hicks, 
William P. Hoar, 
William A . Huff, Jr., 
Boyd V. Irnhrie, 
Robert D. Jenkins, 
Milton J. Jones, 
Edoar C. Kclley, 
Joseph A. Kennedy, 
George W. Knadler, 

Archibald F. Landers, 
Henry S. Lawrence, 
Norman L. May, 
Walter S. McCune, 
Lawrence M. Mulhall, 

Horace G. Nichol, Jr., 
George W. Phillips, 
Robert L. Potts, 
Samuel D. Rhincsmith, 
John V. Ritchie, 
Fay H. Rumsey, 

Herman R. D. Schwenk 
Thomas W. Scott, 
Tweed H. Stafford, 
George S. Statton, 

Edmund L. Stout, 
William Thomas, 

Edward L. Traylor, 
John E. Vare, 
Harry A. Vosbura, 

Jesse L. Waite, 
Joseph W. Walton, 
August R. Weishaar, 



Captain, 
Captain, 
2nd Lie-lit., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Organization. 



Battery iB, lOTth F. A., 
Battery A, 108th F. A., 
Inf., Hq., Spec. Trs., 28th Div., 
M. C, Hosp. Co. No. 109, 103rd Med 
Regt., 

Company G, 112th Infantry, 
Hq. Battery, 53rd F. A. Brigade. 
Headquarters, 108th F. A., 
Regtl. Hq., 111th Infantry, 
Hq., 53rd F. A. Brigade, 
Howitzer Co., 109th Infantry, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 110th Inf., 
Company IC, 109th Infantry, 
1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 103rd Cav., 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 110th Inf., 
Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 
Q. M. C, S. S. C. & D., 
2nd Bn. Hq., 109th F. A., 
Service Co., 110th Infantry, 
Service Co., 110th Infantry, 
M. C Col. Co. No. 107, 103rd Med 
Regt., 

Battery A, 176th F. A., 
Company D, 109th Infantry, 
D. C Med. Det.. 112th Infantry. 
Company L, 110th Infantry, 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 109th 

F. A., 
Battery B, 107th F. A. 
A.-G. Dept., S. S. C. & D. 
Company I, 110th Infantry, 
Hq., 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
M. C, Med. Dept., 108 F. A., 
M. A. C, Hosp. Co. No. 109. 103rd 

Med. Regt., 
C. A. C, Hq. Btrv., 213 Art. (A-A.) 
Howitzer Co., 110th Infantry, 
Howitzer Co., 110th Infantry, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 108th 

F. A., 

Company M, 109th Infantry, 

Q. M. C, Motorcycle Co. No. 103, Spec 

Trs., 28th Div., 
Company M, 111th Infantry, 
Company F, 111th Infantry, 
M. C Hosp. Co. No. 109, 103rd Med 

Regt., 

Troop B, 104th Cavalry, 
Company E, 111th Infantry, 
Batten D, 107th F. A., 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Mav 


17, 


'24. 


Julv 


8, 


'24. 


July 


3, 


'24. 


July 


1, 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


June 






July 


10, 


•24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


June 


3. 


'24. 


July 


8, 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


.Tulv 


s, 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


July 


9. 


'24. 


July 


I. 


'24. 


June 


7, 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


July 


1, 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


June 


7, 


'24. 


June 


11 , 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


June 


7, 


'24. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


June 


30, 


'24. 


May 


19, 


'24. 


June 


7, 


'24. 


Mav 


3, 


'24. 


July 


1, 


'24. 


May 


22 


'24. 


June 


2ft! 


'24. 


June 


24, 


'24. 


June 


6. 


'24. 


June 


6. 


'24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


June 


6, 


'24. 


July 


8, 


'24. 


July 


1, 


'24. 


May 


17, 


'24. 


June 


11. 


'24. 


July 


3, 


'24. 



XI. State Recognition of Organizations : 



* 

Organization. 


Location. 


Date of 
State 
Recognition. 


Service Co. (less Band Section), 103rd Med. Regt., 
Band Section, Service Co., 103rd Med. Regt., 


Coraopolis, Pa., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 


July 1, '24. 
July 1, '24. 



XII. Federal Recognition of Organizations : 



Organization. 


Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 


103rd Observation Squadron, 28th Division Air Service, 
Band Section, Service Co., 103rd Medical Regiment, 
Hospital Co. No. 109, 103rd Medical Regiment, 
Collecting Co. No. 107, 103rd Medical Regiment, 


June 27, '24. 
July 1, '24. 
Julv 1, '24. 
Julv 1, '24. 



[G. O. 19] 6 

XI1T. Rescission of certain General Orders : 

So much of Paragraph I, G. O. No. 12, A. G. O., c. s., as pertains to the ap- 
pointment of Charles Schall as Lieutenant Colonel, Chaplain, is rescinded, as of 
July 17, 1924: 

XIV. Redesignation of 213th Artillery : 

In compliance with Paragraph 3, Circular No. 8A-4, Militia Bureau, dated April 
4, 1924, (see page 8, Bulletin No. 4, A. G. O., 1924), the 213th Artillery 
( Anti- Aircraft) , Coast Artillery Corps, Pennsylvania National Guard, is hereafter 
redesignated as the 213t.lt Coast Artillery ( Anti- Aircraft) , Pennsylvania National 
Guard; 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 

F. D. BEARY, 
Ad ju 1 a n t-Gen era l. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 

: 

; 

i 

! 
. 

■ 



[G. O. 20] 




HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., August 2, 1924. 

General Orders ) 
No. 20. | 

1. Announcement is hereby made of the death of Major 
General Charles Bowman Dougherty, Retired, late command- 
ing Division, Pennsylvania National Guard, which occurred 
at Wilkes-Barre, Friday afternoon, August 1, 1924. 

2. The military service of General Dougherty was as 
follows: 

NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



Enlisted as Pvt., Co. B, 9th Inf., Aug. 1, 1881 

Appointed Principal Musician, 9th Inf., July 27, 1882 

Appointed Sergeant Major, 9th Inf., May 9, 1883 

Re-appointed Sergeant Major, 9th Inf., Nov. 17, 1884 

and, : : June 20, 1885 

1st Lieut, and Inspector Rifle Practice, 9th 

Inf., Apr. 28, 1887 

Commission terminated, June 9, 1890 

Re-appointed 1st Lieut, and Inspector Rifle Practice, 

9th Inf., June 23, 1890 

Elected Major, 9th Inf Nov. 3, 1892 

Elected Lieut. Colonel, 9th Inf.. June 22, 1894 

Elected Colonel, 9th Inf., July 14, 1897 

Commission expired, July 13, 1902 

Re-elected Colonel, 9th Inf., July 14, 1902 

Appointed Brigadier General, Commanding 3rd 

Brigade Apr. 10, 1906 

Appointed Major General, Commanding Division, 

: = Sept. 30, 1910 

Commission expired, Sept. 29, 1915 

To Retired List as Major General, Oct. 18, 1915 

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR SERVICE. 

Enrolled for Volunteer Service, Apr. 27, 1898 

Mustered into Federal Service as Colonel, 9th 

Regiment, Pa. Vol. Inf., May 11, 1898 



2 



[G. O. 20] 



Assumed command of 3rd Brig., 3rd Div., 1st 

Army Corps, May 27, 1898 

(By verbal order Division Commander, Genl. 
John C. Bates). 

Resumed command of 9th Regt. Pa. Vol. Inf., ... July 4, 1898 
(By S. O. 36, Hdq., 3rd Div., 1st Army Corps, 
dated July 1, 1898). 
Assumed command 3rd Brig., 3rd Div., 1st Army 

Corps Sept. 1, 189S 

(By reason of absence on leave of Brig. Genl. 
Andrews). 

Re-assumed command of 9th Regt. Pa. Vol. Inf.,.. Sept. 18, 1898 
Mustered out Federal Service with Regiment, ....Oct. 29, 1898 

3. General Dougherty served the Nation and Common- 
wealth with honor and distinction, and his death removes 
one whose activities did much to promote the efficiency of 
the Division which he so ably commanded. He was an active 
and respected citizen of the community in which he lived. 

4. Funeral services will be held at the residence of the 
family, No. 54 Riverside Drive, Wilkes-Barre, on Monday 
afternoon, August 4th, at 2.30 o'clock. 

5. Flags on all State armories will be displayed at half 
staff during the day of the funeral, August 4, 1924. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant General. 

Official: 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 21] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD. 
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., August 6, 192 4. 

General Orders ) 
No. 21. \ 

In accordance with the provisions of Section 5, of the will of 
General William Moffat Reilly of the city of Philadelphia, who 
died February 29th, 1896, and the esecutors of which are the 
Pennsylvania Company for the Insurance of Lives and Granting 
annuities, a gold medal similar in design to a medal presented to 



Private Harry C. Elwell, Company A, 2nd Infantry, in 1900, 
Sergeant Philip German, 3rd Brigade Non-commissioned Staff, 
in 1902, 

Brigadier General Thomas J. Steicart, Adjutant General, in 
1904, 

Major Charles H. Worman, Brigade Inspector, First Brigade, 
in 1906, 

Major John Owens, 8th Infantry, in 1908, 

Sergeant George Austin, Battery C, Field Artillery, in 1910, 

Brigadier General J. Leicis Good, in 1912, 

Brigadier General Joseph K. Weaver, Medical Department, in 
1915, 

Brigadier General George C. Richards, Second Brigade, in 192u, 
Colonel Hamilton D. Turner, Q. M. C, in 1922, 



will be presented Friday, August 8, 1924, to Major General 
William G. Price, Jr., Commanding 28th Division, P. N. G., who 
has had continuous service since May 24, 1886, when he enlisted 
as a Private in Company B, 6th Infantry, N. G. P. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY. 
The Adjutant General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 




- 



[G. O. 22] 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 



1. Under the provisions of the National Defense Act, and com- 
plying with the instructions of the Commanding General, Third 
Corps Area, all units of the Pennsylvania National Guard will 
assemble on September 12th at their armory of rendezvous to take 
part in the Defense Test prescribed. 

2. All organizations, including those having a drill night other 
than Friday, will assemble on Friday. September 12 fh, for the 
purpose of a Test Mobilization National Defense Day. Such 
assembly will be considered as a regularly ordered drill. No 
State pay will be allowed for this duty. 

3. The Commanding General, 28th Division, will issue the 
necessary orders to carry into effect this Defense Test. 



Harrisburg, 



Pa., August 15, 1924. 



General Orders 
No. 22. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commandcr-inChief. 



F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



: 



[G. O. 23.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisbm-g, Pa., September 1, 1924. 

General Orders, ( 
No. 23. f 

Section 

Appointments and Assignments of Officers, 1 

Re-assignments of Officers 

Assignments of Officers, m 

Leikves of Absence of Officers, ^ 

Resignations of Officers, ^ 

Federal Recognition of Officers, • "VI 

Federal Recognition of Organization VII 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


,liank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Coast Artillery Corps. 














Charles Clarence Curtis, 


Captain, 


Aug. 


13, 


'24, 


Aug. 


13, '24, 


Francis Henry Lehr, 


1st Lieut., 


Aug. 


15, 


'24, 


Aug. 


15, '24, 


William Alvin Waastaff, 


2nd Lieut., 


Aug. 


15, 


'24, 


Aug. 


15, '24, 


Field Artillery. 














James William Duffy, 


Major, 


Aug. 


15, 


'24, 


Aug. 


15, '24, 


Charles Stuart Wunder, 
James Clarence Rosbor- 
ough, 


Captain, 
Captain, 


Aug. 
Aug. 


8, 
15, 


'24, 
'24, 


Aug. 
Aug. 


8, '24, 
15, '24, 


Boyd Vincent Imbrie, 
John Lee Dressier, 
Alfred Harold Anderson, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 


8, 
8, 
80, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 


8, '24, 
8, '24, 
'30, '24, 


Warren Johnson Chase, 


1st Lieut., 


Aug. 


BO, '24, 


Aug. 


30, '24, 


* Cavalry. 














Kenneth Newlin Mehaffie, 


2nd Lieut., 


Aug. 


8, 


'24, 


Aug. 


8, '24, 



Assignment. 



Hq., 213th C. A., (A.- 
A.), as Supply Officer. 

1st Bn. Hq., 213th 0. 
A., (A.-A.). 

Btrv. D, 213th C. A., 
(A.-A.). 



Hq., 



108th F. 
A. 
F. 



3rd Bn. 
A. 

Battery K, 107th F. 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. 

Combat Tn., 108th 

A. 

Battery B, 107th F. 
Battery E, 107th F. 
Hq. Battery, 107th 
A. 

Battery F, 107th F. 



Troop A, 52nd M. G. 
Squadron. 



II. Re-assignments of Officers: 



Name. 



Forwood E. Hanby, 



,Uank. | Old Assignment. I New Assignment. [ Date of re> 

I assignment. 



1st Lieut., i Med. Det., S. S.j Med. Det., 28th Di- 
C. & D., vision Air Serv- 

ice, 



Aug. 14, '24. 



[G. O. 23.] 



2 



George S. Hyland, 
Whitney B. Sanders, 

John B. Daub, 

James A. Dennis, 

George J. Bortle, 



1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut. 

2nd Lieut., 



Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 



Flight B, 103rd Flight A, 103rd Ob- 

Observ. Sq., serv. Sq., 

1st Bn. Hq., 1 Btiy B, 213th C. 

213th C. A., I A., (A.-A.), 

(A.-A.), 

Btry. F, 107th, 2nd Bn. Hq., 107th 

F. A., F. A. as I. r. 

& T. Officer, 

Communications Regtl. Hq., lOTthj All; 

Officer, 2nd Bn. F. A., as Liaison 

Hq., 107 th F. Officer, 

A., 

Flight A, 103rd Flight B, 103rd Ob 

Observ. Sq., serv. Sq., 



26, '24. 
14, '24. 

26, '24. 

25, '24. 

Aug. 26, '24. 



* 

III. Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


John J. Quinn, 


Captain, 


Albert R. Stuetz, 
George B. Diclcens, 
George N. Hyland, 
George Logan, 
George J. Bortle, 
Edward <?. Pennock. 
Lawrence W. Helweg, 
Ralph J. Bradford, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Assignment. 



omnwuuler, Flight B, 103rd Observ 

Sq 



light 
light 
light 
light 
light 
light 
lielit 



A, 
A, 
B, 
B, 
A, 
A, 
B, 
B, 



103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 

103rd Observ. 



Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 
Sq., 



Date of As- 
signment. 



July 

July 
July 
July 12, '24. 
July 
July 
July 
July 12, '24. 
July 12, '24. 



IV. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



Same. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


From. 


To. 


Carroll Hodge, 
Henry A. Stone, 

William W. Reynolds, 
James S. Williams, 


Major, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Hq., 52nd Cav. Brigade, 
Med. Det.. Spec. Trs., 

28th Div., 
Hq., 109th Infantry, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th 

inf., 


Aug. 6, '24, 
Aug. 3, '24, 

Aug. 13, '24, 
Aug. 5, '24, 


Sept. 30, '24. 
Sept. 10, '24. 

Oct. 9, '24. 
Oct. 4, '24. 



V. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 


fftank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Acceptance 
of Resignation. 


John R. Paul. 
Charles S. Peck, 

George E. Niver, 


Captain, 
1st "Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 


■M. C, Med. Det., 108th F. A., 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 109th 
F. A., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 176th 

F. A., , . - - 


Aug. 14, '24. 
Aug. 19, '24. 

Aug. 8, '24. 



3 

VI. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



[G. O. 23.] 




Edward J. Albert, 
Karl F. Beary, 

Edgar V. H. Bell, 
Malcolm D. Beyeler, 
George W. Bovard, 
f'i'ilip W. Burges. 
Russell IF. Cooper, 
LaVerne E. Craven, 
Victor Daniel. 
William M. Fox, 

*James E. Frew, 
Clair Groover, 
Mahlon H. Harris, 
Donald B. Hershberger, 
Harlo W. Hiady, 
Boland H. Hand, 

Harry G. Kohlhaas, 
Frank W. Lesley, 

Harold J. Mathis, 
Franklin W. Beesc, 
William W. Reynolds, 
Charles Schall. 
Charles Schall, 
Charles S. Seamans, 2nd, 
John E. Shade, 
Thomas C. Shoemaker, 
Russell D. Snyder. 
I'aul Stormer, 
David D. Swavely, 
Clarence L. Tingwall, 
Clarence W. Urban, 
George W. Weaver, 
Warren A. Wolf, 



Captain, 
Captain, 

Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
Lt. Col., 
Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 



Headquarters, 103rd Cavalrv 
C. A. C, 1st Bn. Hq., 213th Art. 

(A.-A.), 
Troop A, 103rd Cavalry, 
Company K, 112th Infantry, 
Company C, 112th Infantry, 
Battery D. 176th Field Artillery, 
Company C, 112th Infantry, 
Company B, 110th Tnfantry, 
C. A. C, Battery C, 213th Art. (A.-A.), 
Ord. Co. No. 103 (Main.), Spec. Trs., 

28th Div., 
Company B. 110th Infantry, 
Troop D, 103rd Cavalry, 
Headquarters Co., 109th Infantry, 
Service Battery, 109th F. A., 
Service Battery, 107th F. A., 
M. A. C, Service Co., 103rd Med. I 
Regt., 

C. A. C, Battery C. 213th Art. (A.-A.), I 
Q. M. C. Motor Transport Co. No. 110, 
28th Div. Tn., 

! Company I, 112th Infantry, 
Company B, 109th InfantrV, 
Headquarters, 109th Infantry, 

! Chaplain, Hq., 28th Division, 
Chaplain. Hq., 2Sth Division, 
Company A, 109th Infantry, 

! 2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det.. 104th Cav., 

! Troop A, 52nd M. G. Souadron, 
Company A, 109th Infantry, 
Howitzer Co., 112th Infantry, 
Hq. Co., 55th Infantry Brigade, 
Company I, 112th Infantry, 
Company E, 112th Inf.nntry, 
Headquarters, 110th Infantry, 
M. C, Med. Det., 176th F. A., 



July 
July 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
May 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 



8, '24. 
S, '24. 



25, '24. 

9, '24. 

9, '24. 

9, '24. 
14, '24. 
31, '24. 

8, '24. 

1, '24. 

31, '24. 
28, '24. 
12, '24. 
14, '24. 
12, '24. 
1, '24. 

28, '24. 

3 '°4 

14, '24. 
28, '24. 
12, '24. 

1, '24. 
2S, '24. 

7, '24. 
2° '24 
- 7i '24] 
7, '24. 
'24. 
'24. 
•24. 
'24. 
'24. 



9, 

8, 
12, 

9, 
31, 

8, '24. 



VII. Federal Recognition of Organization : 



Organization. 



Service Company (less Band Section), 103rd Med. Regt., 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



July 



1, '24. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY. 

Adjutant-Cencral. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



■ 
























































































* 



[G. O. 24.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 

Harrisburg, Pa., September 9, 192//. 

General Orders, I 
No. 24. f 

SELECTION OF ENLISTED MEN OF NATIONAL GUARD 
FOR APPOINTMENT TO UNITED STATES MILITARY 
ACADEMY. — Under the regulations for the selection of enlisted 
men of the National Guard for appointment to the United States 
Military Academy, and pursuant to authority contained in letter 
of The Adjutant General, War Department, dated August 22, 1924, 
(A. G. 351.11 West Point), there has been allotted to the Gov- 
ernor of Pennsylvania the selection of nine candidates from the 
enlister men of the Pennsylvania National Guard. 

1. Selection will be made according to the order of merit es- 
tablished in a preliminary examination to be conducted by The 
Adjutant General, which will be held in the House of Represen- 
tatives, State Capitol, at Harrisburg, Pa., between November 1st 
and 15th, 1924. The candidates so selected will be authorized 
by the War Department to report for the regular entrance exam- 
ination, which is scheduled to be held, beginning on March 3, 
1925, and the appointments will be available on July 1, 1925. 

2. To be eligible for appointment from the National Guard 
the applicant must be an enlisted man of a unit recognized by the 
Federal Government. He must, on the date of admission, July 1, 
1925, have served as an enlisted man, not less than one year, 
must be between the ages of nineteen and twenty-two years, must 
be not less than five feet four inches in height, and must be 
unmarried. The age and service regulations are statutory, and 
cannot be waived or modified, but it is not essential that the 
service be continuous, so that former service in the National 
Guard may be counted in determining the applicant's eligibility. 

3. Enlisted men who desire to take the preliminary examination 
will forward their applications, requesting permission to do so, 
through military channels, to The Adjutant General, State Capitol, 
Harrisburg, Pa., stating therein date of birth, statement of mili- 
tary service, date of present enlistment, organization in which 
enlisted and educational qualifications. Unless the applicant has 
a high school education, or its equivalent, the application will 
not be considered. Commanding Officers, when approving appli- 
cations, will furnish a statement as to the moral character and 
military conduct of the applicant. Applications must be accom- 
panied by a certificate from a Medical Officer of the National 
Guard, stating that the applicant is physically qualified, according 
to the regulations of the War Department, for entrance to the 
United States Military Academy. 

4. Applicants will be advised direct by The Adjutant General 
of the exact date on which the preliminary examination will be 
held. 

5. Transportation and personal expenses of the applicants re- 
porting for the preliminary examination must be paid by them- 
selves. 

By order of G1FFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



(G. O. 25.) 

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., October 1, 192Jf. 

General Orders ) 
No. 25. | 

Section 

Appointments and Assignments of Officers, I 

Re-assignments of Officers, 11 

Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List Ill 

Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve, IV 

Transfer of Officers to Retired List V 

Leave of Absence of Officer, _Vl 

Resignations of Officers vttt 

Announcement of Death of Officer, ty 

Federal Recognition of Officers, IX 

Citation, X 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Rank. 



Air Service. 




Lloyd Oscar Tost, 


2nd Lieut., 


Field Artillery. 




Nicholas James Sepp, 


Major, 


James William Marrinan. 


Major, 


Vladimir Michael Fekula, 
Walter Albert Brand, 


Captain, 
Captain, 


Norman- Elmer Wynn, 


1st Lieut., 





Kenneth Fraser Hum- 
phries, 

George MaHon Bisher, 



1st Lieut.. 
1st Lieut., 



Date of Ap- 
pointment. 



Rank From. 



Sept. 23, '24, 



Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 11, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10. 

Sept. 23. 



- 24, 

'24, 

'24, 
'24, 

'24, 
'24, 
'24, 



Assignment. 



Sept. 23. '24, 

Sept. 10, '24, 

Sept. 10, '24, 

Sept. 11, '24, 

Sept. 12, '24, 

Sept. 10, '24, 

Sept. 10, '24, 

Sept. 23, '24, 



103rd Observation Sq., 
Air Service. 



1st Bn. Hq., 176tli 
F. A. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 176th 
F. A. 

Battery D, 176th F. A. 
Headquarters Btry., 

176th F. A. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Combat Tn., 176th 

F. A. 

3rd Bn. Hq., 176th 
F. A., as Liaison 
Officer. 

Battery C, 109th F. A. 



II. Re-assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



William H. Sturgeon, 
William B. Murray, 
Edward R. Glenn, 
John F. McCarthy. 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Captain. 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 



Old Assignment. 



I. P. & T. Officer, 
Regtl. Hq., 107th 
F. A., 

Hq. Btry., 176th 
F. A., 

I. P. & T. Officer, 
Regtl. Hq., 111th 
Inf., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 
111th Inf., 



New Assignment. 



Regtl. Hq., 107th 
F. A., as Adju- 
tant. 

Regtl. Hq., 17fith 
F. A., as Adju- 
tant, 

3rd. Bn. Hq. Co. 
111th Inf., 
Regtl. Hq., lllth 
Inf., as I. F. & 
T. Officer, 



Date of Re--r 
assignment. 



Sept. 13, '24. 

Sept. 11, '24. 

Sept. . 17, '24. 

Sept. 17, '24. 



(G. O. 25.) 2 

III. Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 



Name. 


Hank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Roy -L. Huff, 


Captain, 


Regimental Headquarters, 107th F. A., 


Sept. 12, '24. 


IV. Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
Reserve. 4 


Charles J. Biddle, 


Major, 


103rd Observation Squadron, Air Ser- 
vice, 28th Division, 


Sept. 30, "24. 


V. Transfers of Officers to Retired List : 


Name. 


Reth'ed 
Rank. 


Organization. 


- Date of 
Retirement. 


Leonard D. Frescoln, 
Gilbert G. Jacoboslcy, 


Lt. Col., 

M. C, Metl. 

Dept., 
Lt. Col., 

Engineers, 


(Formerly Major, M. C, 1st Inf.), 
(Formerly Capt., Btry. F, 3rd F. A.), 


Sept. 23, '24. 
Sept. 23, '24. 


VI. Leave of Absence of Officer : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


From. 


To. 


Walter C. Sterling, 


Colonel, 


State Staff Corps & 
Depts., 


Sept. 1, '24, 


Oct. 1, '24. 


VII. Resignations of Officers : <, 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 


Rei ry A. Stone, 
William J. Keller, 
Irwin A. Lex, 
Joseph A. Walker, 

Raymond B. Johnson, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut. , 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

Warrant 
Officer, 


M. C-, Med. Det., Spec. Trs., 28th Dir., 
Battery C, 108th Field Artillery, 
Battery F, 108th Field Artillery, 
103rd Ord. Co. (Main.), Spec. Trs., 

28th Div., 
Service Troop, 103rd Cavalry, 


Sept. 26, '24. 

Sept. 4, '24. 
Sept. 20, '24. 
Sept. 80, '24. 

Sept. 30, '24. 



3 

VIII. Announcement of Death of Officer: 



(G.0.25.) 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Death. 


Robert B. Riefier, 


2nd Lieut., 


Company H, 109th Infantry, 


Sept. 1, '24. 



IX. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Rank. 



Organization. 



John H. Batty, 
Anthony L. Bleecker, 
George J. Bortle, 
Charles O. Curtis, 
George R. Dickens, 
John L. Dressier, 
Vladimir M. Fekula, 
Philip B. Fisher, 
William C. Gallagher, 
Luigi Giorno, 

Stanley Gordon, 
Laurence W. Helweg, 
George N. Hyland, 
Boyd V. Imbrie, 
Francis H. Lehr. 

George Logan, 
Joseph A. Mansfield, 
James W. Marrinan, 
Kenneth N. Mehaffle, 
Chester A. Mertens, 
Nathaniel Nathanson, 

John S. Owens, 
Edward G. Pennock, 
John J. Quinn. 
Albert R. Stuetz, 
Robert M. Thompson. 
William A. Wagstaff, 

Albert J. West, 
Charles S. Wunder, 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut.. 
Captain, 
1st Lieut-. 
1st Lieut.. 
Captain, 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
Warrant 
Oflicer, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 
1st I.ieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Major, 
2nd Lieut., 
| 1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

Captain, 
! 2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 



Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
C. A. C., Hq., 213th C. A. (A. -A.), 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Battery E. 107th Field Artillery, 
Battery D, 176th Field Artillery, 
1st Bn. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 
Air Service, 10.3rd Observation Sq., 
(Band Leader), Service Co., 103rd Med. 
Begt., 

Company G, 109th Infantry, 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 
C. A. C, 1st Bn. Hq., 213th C. A. 
(A.-A.), 

Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Company E. 109th Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq., 176th Field Artillery, 
Troop A, 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
Company G, 109th Infantry, 
M. A. C, Service Co., 103rd Med 
Regt., 

Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq. , 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Hq. Det.. 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
C. A. C, Battery D, 213th C. A 
(A.-A.), 

Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 112th Infantry, 
Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 



Date of 

Federal 
Recognition. 



June 


27, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


Aug. 


3 3, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


Aug. 


8, 


'24. 


Sept. 


11, 


•24. 


June 


26, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


July 


17, 


'24. 


July 


31, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


•24. 


Aug. 


8, 


'24. 


Aug. 


15, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


July 


28, 


'24. 


Sept. 


10, 


'24. 


Aug. 


8, 


•24. 


July 


31, 


'24. 


July 


3, 


•24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


July 


31, 


'2- 


Aug. 


15, 




May 


22 


'24. 


Aug. 


8? 


•24. 



X. Citation : 

•"General Orders No. 1, A. G. O., series 1923, is amended to include the following 
award of Foreign Decoration : 

Williamson, George McK., Jr., 1st Lieut., Infantry. 

Italian Order of the Crown (Knight), by Royal Decree of March 5, 1922. (No 
specific citation of record). 

Entered Military Academy from Pennsylvania. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 26] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., November 1, 192 > f . 

General Orders, 7 
No. 26. i 

*" Section 

Appointments and Assignments of Officers, 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, 

Reassignments of Officers, HI 

Relief from Duty IV 

Assignment and Detail, V 

Transfer of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, VI 



Transfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve VII 

Transfer of Officer to Retired List, VIII 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, IX 

Resignations of Officers, X 

Declination of Appointment, XI 

Vacation of Commission, XII 

Federal Recognition of Officers, XIII 

Rescission of certain General Orders XIV 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assignment. 


Judge-Advoeate-Gen- 
eral's Department. 


















Smry Eugene Clarke, 

Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Hq., 28th Div., as 
Asst. Judge-Advocate. 


William Frederick Pohl, 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 


2, 


'24, 


Oct. 


2, 


•24, 


Med. Det., 112th Inf. 


Veterinary Corps, 
Medical Department. 


















James Seely Hogg, 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 


17, 


'24, 


Oct. 


17, 


'24, 


Med. Det., 103rd Engrs. 


Chaplain. 


















Burleigh Alvin Peters, 


Captain, 


Oct. 


2f, 


'24, 


Oct. 


2-t, 


'24, 


Hq., 107th P. A. 


Air Service. 


















John Sydney Owens, 
Albert Eussell Htuetz, 

William Coulter Gallagher, 


Major, 
Captain, 

1st Lieut., 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 


2, 

24, 

24, 


'24, 
'24, 

'24, 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 


2 

24! 
24, 


'24, 
'24, 

'24, 


103rd Observation Sq. 
103rd Observation Sq., 

as Operations Officer. 
103rd Observation Sq., 

as Supply Officer. 



[G. O. 26] 



2 



Name. 


Hank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Field Artillery. 
















Ralph Neil Steimer, 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


William Aloysius Often, 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 


24 


'24 


\JCX. 


24 


'24. 


Melville Joseph Wohlge- 














muth, 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 




'24 


UCI, 


24 


'24 


Allen Rudolph Parrish, 


1st Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


2i, 


'24, 


Otto Joseph Glaser, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


22, 


'24, 


Oct. 


22, 


'24, 


Clarence Spencer Marsh, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


22, 


'24, 


Oct. 


22, 


'24, 


Francis Harlan McKnight, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Raymond Mathews \Steele, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Robert Stanley Doyle, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Infantry. 
















John Erskine Hawkins, 


Captain, 


Oct. 


24, 


•24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Ernest William Lenvnitzer, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'24, 


Oct. 


24, 


'2-i. 



Assignment. 



Batterv F, 107th F. A. 
Battery C, 108th F. A. 

Hq. Btry., 170th F. A. 
Service Btry., 176th 

F. A. 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Comb. Tn., 108th 

F. A. < 
Batten- D, 108th F. A. 
Batterv F, 107th F. A. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & 

Comb. Tn., 176th F. 

A. 

Battery B, 176th F. A. 



Company M, ] 11th Inf. 
Company H, 109th Inf. 



II. Reappointments and Reassijrnments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Re- 
appointment. 


Rank 


From 


Field Artillery. 
















William Swan McLean. 
Jr., 


Colonel, 


Oct. 


16, 


'24, 


Oct. 


16, 


'19, 


Infantry. 
















David Jones Davis, 


Colonel, 


Oct. 


16, 


'24, 


Oct. 


16, 


•19, 


Charles Blaine Smathers, 
Robert Morris Brookfield, 
Robert McKune Vail, 


Colonel, 
Colonel, 
Colonel, 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 
16, 


'24, 
'24, 
•24, 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 


16, 
16, 
16, 


'19, 
'19, 
'19, 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



Regtl. Hq., 109th F. A. 



Hq., 28th Div., as Chief 

of Staff. 
Regtl. Hq., 112th Inf. 
Regtl. Hq., 111th Inf. 
Regtl. Hq., 109th Inf. 



3 



[G. O. 26] 



III. Reassignmcnts of Officers : 



Name. 



Leo E. Smith, 

Edward L. Traylor, 
John B. Daub, 

James A. Dennis, 

William A. Thomas, 
Roy L. HcGrew, 

Merrill F. Hummel, 

Albert B. Stackpole, 

J ohn B. McCormick, 
Joseph E. Gill, 
Gustave Blind, 



Rank. 



Captain, 

Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Old Assignment. 



New Assignment. 



Hq. Btry., 107th 
F. A., 

Company M, 111th 
Inf., 

I. P. & T. Officer, 
2nd Bn. Hq., 
107th F. A., 

Liaison Officer, 
Begtl. Hq.. 
107th F. A., 

Btry. B, 108th 
F. A., 

Service Btry, 
176th F. A., 

I. P. & T. Officer, 
2nd Sq. Hq. & 
Hq. Det., 104th 
Car., 

I. P. & T. Officer, 
Begtl. Hq., 
104th Cav., 

Btry. F, 107th 
F. A., 

Liaison Officer, 
Begtl. Hq., 108th 

F. A., 
Service Btry., 

108th F. A., 



Begtl. Hq., 107th 
F. A., as I. P. 

& T. Officer, 
How. Co., 111th 
Inf., 

Btry. F, 107th F. 
A., 

Hq. Btry., 107th F. 
A., 

Btry. F, 108th F. 
A., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Det. 

& Comb. Tn., 

176th F. A., 
Begtl. Hq., 104th 

Car., as I. P. & 

T. Officer, 

2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. 

Det., 104th Car., 

as I. P. & T. 

Officer, 
Begtl. Hq., 107th 

F. A., as Liaison 

Officer, 
Service Btry., 108th 

F. A., 

Btry. C, 108th F 
A., 



Date of Ee- 
assignment. 



Oct. 11. '24. 

Oct. 21, '24. 

Oct. 24, '24. 

Oct. 11, '24. 

Oct. 11, '24. 

Oct. 11, '24. 

Oct. 1, '24. 

Oct. 1, '24. 

Oct. 11, '24. 

Oct. 11, '24. 

Oct. 11, '24. 



IV. First Lieutenant Timothy M. Cleary is relieved from duty as Commanding 
Officer, Headquarters Detachment, First Squadron, 103rd Cavalry, as of October 
17, 1924. 



V. First Lieutenant William P. Hoar is assigned as Intelligence, Plans and 
Training Officer, Headquarters, First Squadron, 103rd Cavalry, and detailed as 
Giommanding Officer. Headquarters Detachment, First Squadron, 103rd Cavalry, 
as of October 17, 1924. 



VI. Transfer of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 



Name. 



Walter E. Morris, 
Frank W. Lesley, 



Bank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut.. 



Organization. 



Troop F, 104th Cavalrv, 

M. T. Co. No. 110, 28th Div. 



Tn.. 



Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 



Oct. 
Oct. 



24, '24. 
11, '24. 



| G. O. 2G] 



VII. 



asfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve: 



Name. 



Stark 0. Park, 
Charles J. Mclntyre, 
Lane A. Davis, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Battery F, 107th Field Artillery, 
Howitzer Co., 111th Infantry, 
Company H, llltli Infantry, 



Date of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
Reserve. 



Oct. 24, '24. 
Oct. 20, '24. 
Oct. 30, '24. 



VIII. Transfer of Officer to Retired List: 



Name. 


Retired 
Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Retirement. 


Andrew B. Loekhart, 


Lt. Col., 


(Formerly 


Major, Hq., 3rd Bn., 


108th 


July 31, '24. 


Field Ar- 


F. A.), 








tillery. 











IX. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 




William A. Thomas, 
William A. Huff, Jr., 



1st Lieut., j Batterv B, 108th F. Oct. 13, '24, 
A., 

1st Lieut., I Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., HOthl Oct. 10, '24, 
Inf., 



Nov. 13, '24. 
Apr. 10, '25. 



X. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Andrew R. Loekhart, 
Boyd V. Imbric, 
Joseph, S. Brear, 
Kenneth B. Carney, _ 
Archibald F. Lander's, 
William Hcntschke, 



Rank. 



Major, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Warrant Of- 
ficer, 



Organization. 



Hq., 3rd Bn., 108th F. A. 
Battery E, 107th F. A., 
3rd Bn. Hq., 108th F. A., 
Battery F, 108th F. A., 
Battery A, 176th F. A., 
Service Btry., 108th F. A., 



Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 



July 31, '24. 

Oct. 22, '24. 

11, '24. 

28, '24. 

Oct. 24, '24. 

Oct. 21, '24. 



Oct 
Oct. 



5 

XI. Declination of Appointment : 



[G. O. 26] 



Name. 



Lloyd 0. Yost, 



Rank. 



2nd Lieut. 



Organization. 



Date of 
Declination of 
i Appointment. 



103rd Observation Squadron, 



Oct. 21, '24. 



XII. Vacation of Commission : 
»■ ■ ■ 









Date of 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Vacation of 








Commission. 


Francis M. Brady, 


1st Lieut., 


Howitzer Co., 110th Infantry, 


Oct. 2, '24. 



XIII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Alfred H. Anderson, 
Charles J. Biddle, 
George M. Bisher, 
Walter A. Brand, 
Warren J. Chase, 
James W. Duffy, 
Kenneth F. Humphries, 
John 8. Owens, 
William F. Pohl, 
James 0. Rcsbofougli, 

Nicholas J. Repp, 
Norman E. Wynn, 



Rank. 



1st Lieut., 
Major, 
1st Lieut., 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
Major, 
1st Lieut., 
Major, 
1st Lieut., 
Captain, 

Major, 
1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Headquarters Btrj'-, 107th F. A., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Battery C, lonth Field Artillery, 
Headquarters Btrv., 176th F. A., 
Battery F, 107th Field Artillery, 
3rd Bn. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 
3rd Bn. Hq., 176th Field Artillery, 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
M. O, Med. Dot., 112th Infantry, 
Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 3rd Bn., 108th 
F. A., 

1st Bn. Hq., 170th Field Artillery, 
Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 2nd Bn., 176th 
F. A., 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Aug. 30, '24. 

Aug. 11, '24. 

Sept. 23, '24. 

Sept. 12, '24. 

Aug. 30, '24. 

Aug. 15, '24. 

Sept. 10, '24. 

Oct. 2, '24. 

Oct. 2, '24. 

Aug. 15, '24. 

Sept. 10, '24. 

Sept. 10, '24. 



XIV. Rescission of certain General Orders : 

Paragraph VI, G. O. No. 10, A. G. O., c. s., pertaining to the transfer of 
Andrew B. LocJchart to the Retired List, is rescinded, as of October 8, 1924. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 27.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., November 18, 192.' h 



General Orders, I 
No. 27. \ 

1. Complying with the requirements of the National Defense Act, as pre- 
scribed in National Guard Regulations, the organizations of the Pennsylvania 
National Guard will assemble in their respective armories for Federal and State 
inspection on the dates indicated below. 

2. The Commanding General, 28th Division, will present the various organiza- 
tions of the Pennsylvania National Guard for the Federal and State inspection on 

the dates mentioned herein, and will prescribe the uniform and procedure of the 
inspection. 

3. The State inspection above ordered will be concurrent with the Federal 
inspection, but will in no way interfere with or delay the Federal inspection, or 
under any conditions take precedence over the Federal inspection. 

4. The Commanding General. 28th Division, is directed to detail National 
Guard officers for this inspection. Transportation is authorized, and where officers 
are not permanently employed, or where such inspection will not accrue to their 
credit for armory drills, per diem pay will be allowed. Care will be exercised to 
make these details in such a manner as to require the least expenditure of funds. 

5. The Commanding General, 28th Division, will prepare blank forms for the 
State inspection and will advise inspectors as to the requirements of the inspection. 

6. Regimental Commanders will arrange for the presence of at least one field 
or staff officer at each inspection and require remarks and criticisms from such 
officers. State transportation will be used wherever necessary for this purpose, but 
schedules should be so arranged as to require a minimum amount of transportation. 
Regimental Commanders will consolidate such comments and criticisms and for- 
ward them through channels to the Division Commander. The criticisms relating 
to strength of organization, condition, care of equipment, missing equipment or 
excess equipment will be forwarded by the Division Commander to this office. 



STATE STAFF CORPS AND DEPARTMENTS. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Office of TJ. S. P. and D. O., 
Staff Corps and Departments, 

Military Reservation, 
State Arsenal, 
Essington Rifle Range, 


Feb. 12, 1925, 
Feb. 12, 1925, 

Feb. 13, 1925, 
Feb. 12, 1925, 
Mar. 21, 1925, 


10:00 A. M. 
8:00 P. M. 

10:00 A. M. 
10:00 A. M. 
10:00 A. M 


Arsenal, Harrisburg. 
Office, Adjutant General, 

Harrisburg. 
Mt. Gretna. 
Harrisburg. 
Philadelphia. 


TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION. 


Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 
Headquarters Detachment, 


Mar. 27, 1925, 
Mar. 27, 1925, 


8:00 P. M. 
8:00 P. M. 


32nd and Lancaster Are., 

Philadelphia. 
32nd and Lancaster Ave., 

Philadelphia. 



[G. O. 27.] 2 



SPECIAL TROOPS, TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


-ijOcailon or 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


Headquarters Detachment, 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


Hdqrs. Company, 28th Div., 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila 


28th Tank Company, 


Mar. 


31, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Norristown. 




^otn Military Police (Jo., 


Mar. 


24, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


York. 




28th Signal Company, 


Mar. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Penn Ave. & 


Station St\ 
















E. E., Pittsburgh. 


103rd Motorcycle Company, 


Mar. 


25, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


103rd Ordnance Company, 


Mar. 


26, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


1, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 



55th INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

« 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Feb. 24, 


1925, 


8:00 P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 


Headquarters 


Company, 


Jan. 28, 


1925, 


8:00 P. 


M. 


Harrisburg. 



109th INFANTRY. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 

1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Jan. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Jan. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Jan. 


22, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. 


Headquarters Company, 


Jan. 


21, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Service Company, 


Jan. 


12, 


3925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Howitzer Company, 


Jan. 


5, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


1st Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Jan. 


20, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


2nd Bn. Hdqrs, Company, 


Jan. 


7, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Jan. 


27, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Williamsport. 


Medical Detachment, 


Jan. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company A, 


Jan. 


14, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company B, 


Jan. 


15, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company O, 


Jan. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company D, 


Jan. 


19, 
8, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Company E, 


Jan. 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


Company P, 


Jan. 


6, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


Company G, 


Jan. 


13, 


1925, 


8 


oo 


p. 


M. 


Stroudsburg. 


Company H, 


Jan. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Honesdale. 


Company I, 


Jan. 


22 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. 


Company K, 


Jan. 


27', 


1925, 


8 


oo 


p. 


M. 


Williamsport. 


Company L, 


Jan. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Milton. 


Company M, 


Jan. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. * 



110th INFANTRY. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory 




Headquarters, 


Feb. 


24, 


1925, 


7:15 


P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 




1st Battalion Headquarters. 


Feb. 


19, 


1925. 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Monongahela. 






2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


3, 
12, 


1925, 


7:15 


P. 


M 


Altoona. 






3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Scottdale. 






Headquarters Company, 


Jan. 


31, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


& 10th 


St. 














Altoona. 






Service Co. (less band), 


Feb. 


12, 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M 


Scottdale. 


& 10th 


St. 


Band Section, Service Co., 


Feb. 


2, 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 














Altoona. 






Howitzer Company, 


Feb. 


16, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Connellsville. 







3 [G. O. 27.] 



110th INFANTRY— (Continued.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


± -A '\ a, • 1 ' 1 . 1 ui. - 1 mwi j » 




1st Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


Feb 


24 


1925 


7 


:30 




M. 




Washington, Pa. 


2nd Bu. Hqrs. Company, 


Feb. 


o 
o, 


1925' 


7 


ou 


j ■ 


-\ j 


Howard Ave. & Station St. 
















Altoona. 


3rd Bn. Heirs. Company, 


Feb 


10 


1925. 


7 


30 


I> 


M. 


Greensburg. 


Medical Detachment, 


Feb.* 


17' 


1925 




.30 


p' 


TVf. 


Connellsville. 


Company A, 


Feb 


19 


1925* 


7 


•45 


p 


M 


Monongahela. 


Company B, 


Feb] 


is! 


1925] 


7 


•45 


P. 


M. 


New Brighton. 


Company C, 


Feb 


4, 


1925, 


7 


:45 


P. 


VI 


Somerset. 


Company D, 


Feb. 


20, 


1925. 


7 


:45 


P. 


M 


Monessen. 


Company E, 


Feb. 


11, 


1925, 


7 


45 


IV 


M. 


Mount Pleasant. 


Company F, 


Feb. 


6, 


1925. 


7 


45 


P. 


M. 


Indiana. 


Company G-, 


Jan. 


30, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. & Station St. 
















Altoona. 


Company H, 
■Jompany I, 


Feb. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M 


Washington, Pa. 


Feb. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


mi 


P. 


M. 


Greensburg. 


Company K, 


Feb. 


21, 


1925. 


7 


:45 


P. 


M 


Waynesburg. 


Company L, 


Feb. 


5, 


1925, 


7 


:45 


P. 


M. 


Blairsville. 


Company M, 


Feb. 


7, 


1925, 


7 


:45 


P. 


M. 


Latrobe. 



5Gth INFANTRY BRIGADE. 



Units. 



Headquarters, 
Headquarters Company, 



Date. 



Mar. 23, 1925. 
Mar. 23, 1925, 



Hour. 



!:00 P. M. 
1:00 P. M. 



Location of Armory. 



Walnut St., Columbia. 
Walnut St., Columbia. 



111th INFANTRY. 



Units. 


Date. 




Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Apr. 


6, 


1925, 


8 


.30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 








1925, 










Philadelphia. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


6, 


8 


30 


I'. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 








1925, 










Philadelphia. 




2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


8, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 




Apr. 


18, 


1925, 










Philadelphia. 




3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


West Chester. 




Headquarters Company, 


Apr. 


14, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 
Philadelphia. 


Sts., 


Service Company, 


Apr. 


15, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Howitzer Company, 






1925, 










Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


7, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 






6, 












Philadelphia. 




1st Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


Apr. 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 






8, 












Philadelphia. 




3nd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


Apr. 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


3rd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


Apr. 


13, 


1925, 










Philadelphia. 




8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 








1925, 










Philadelphia. 




Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


13, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company A, 


Apr. 


21, 


1925. 










Philadelphia. 




8 


:30 


P. 


M 


Pottstown. 




Company B, 


Apr. 


22 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Chester. 




Company C, 


Apr. 


20[ 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Chester. 




Company D, 


Apr. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Doylestown. 




Company E. 


Apr. 


9 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company F, 


Apr. 


3, 


1925, 










Philadelphia. 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company G, 


Apr. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company H, 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company I, 


Apr. 


18, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
West Chester. 


Company K, 


Apr. 


17, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M 


Norristown. 




Company L, 


Apr. 


24, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


U 


Phoenixville. 




Company M, 


Apr. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Media. 





[G. O. 27.] 2 



SPECIAL TROOPS, TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


Headquarters Detachment, 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


Hdqrs. Company, 28th Div., 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


28th Tank Company, 


Mar. 


31, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Norristown. 




28th Military Police Co., 


Mar. 


24, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


York. 




28th Signal Company, 


Mar. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Penn Ave. & 


Station Sta., 


















B. E., Pittsburgh. 


103rd Motorcycle Company, 


Mar. 


25, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


103rd Ordnance Company, 


Mar. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


1, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua 


Ave., Phila. 



55th INFANTRY BRIGADE. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Feb. 24, 


1925, 


8:00 P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 


Headquarters 


Company, 


Jan. 28, 


1925, 


8:00 P. 


M. 


Harrisburg. 



109th INFANTRY. 



Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


.Tan. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


22, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. 


Jan. 


21, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


12, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


5, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


20, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


7, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


Jan. 


27, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Willlamsport. 


Jan. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


14, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


15, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Scranton. 


Jan. 


8, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


Jan. 


6, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Carbondale. 


Jan. 


13, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Stroudsburg. 


Jan. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Honesdale. 


Jan. 


22 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. 


Jan. 


27', 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Williamsport. 


Jan. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Milton. 


Jan. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Berwick. H 



Units. 



Headquarters, 

1st Battalion Headquarters, 

2nd Battalion Headquarters, 

3rd Battalion Headquarters, 

Headquarters Company, 

Service Company, 

Howitzer Company, 

1st Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 

2nd Bn. Hdqrs, Company, 

3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 

Medical Detachment, 

Company A, 

Company B, 

Company O, 

Company D, 

Company B, 

Company P, 

Company G, 

Company H, 

Company I, 

Company K, 

Company L, 

Company M, 



110th INFANTRY. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory 




Headquarters, 


Feb. 


24, 


1925, 


7:15 


P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 




1st Battalion Headquarters. 


Feb. 


19, 


1925. 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


Monongahela. 






2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


3, 


1925, 


7:15 


P. 


M 


Altoona. 






3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


12, 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Scottdale. 






Headquarters Company, 


Jan. 


31, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


& 10th 


St., 














Altoona. 






Service Co. (less band), 


Feb. 


12, 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M 


Scottdale. 






Band Section, Service Co., 


Feb. 


2 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


& 10th 


St., 














Altoona. 






Howitzer Company, 


Feb. 


16, 


1925, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Connellsville. 







3 

110th INFANTRY— (Continued.) 



[G. 0.27.] 



Units. 



1st Bn. Hqrs. Company, 
2nd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 

3rd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 

Medical Detachment, 

Company A, 

Company B, 

Company C, 

Company D, 

Company B, 

Company F, 

Company G, 

Company H, 
Sompany I, 
Company K, 
Company L, 
Company M, 



Date. 



Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 



24, 1925, 

3, 1925, 

10, 1925, 

17, 1925, 

19, 1925, 

18, 1925, 

4, 1925, 

20, 1025. 

11, 1925, 

6, 1925, 
30, 1925 

23, 1925, 

9, 1925, 

21, 1925, 

5, 1925, 

7, 1925, 



Honr. 



7:30 
7:30 

7:30 
7 :30 
7 :45 
7 :45 
7 :45 
7:45 
7 :45 

7 :45 

8 :00 

8:00 
8:00 
7 :45 
7 :45 
7 :45 



Location of Armory. 



M. 
M 

M. 

M. 

■'! 

M. 

M 

M 

M. 

M 

II 

M 
M. 

M 
M. 
M 



Washington, Pa. 

Howard Ave. & Station St. 

Altoona. 
Greensburg, 
Connellsville. 
Monongahela. 
New Brighton. 
Somerset. 
Monessen. 
Mount Pleasant. 
Indiana. 
Howard Ave. 

Altoona. 
Washington, 
Greensburg. 
Waynesburg. 
Blalrsville. 
Latrobe. 



& Station St., 
Pa. 



5Gth INFANTRY BRIGADE. 



Units. 



Headquarters, 
Headquarters Company, 



Date. 



Hour. 



Mar. 23, 1925. 
Mar. 23, 1925, 



8:00 P. M. 
8:00 P. M. 



Location of Armory. 



Walnut St., Columbia. 
Walnut St., Columbia. 



111th INFANTRY. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Apr. 


6, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 








1925, 










Philadelphia. 




1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


6, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts,, 




Apr. 


8. 


1925, 










Philadelphia. 




2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 
Philadelphia. 


Sts., 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


18, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


West Chester. 




Headquarters Company, 


Apr. 


14, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Service Company, 
















Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


15, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Howitzer Company, 
















Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


7, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


1st Bn. Hqrs. Company, 




6, 












Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


3nd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


Apr. 














Philadelphia. 




8, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


1'. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


3rd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 
















Philadelphia. 
Broad & Wharton 




Apr. 


13, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Sts., 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 




1925, 










Philadelphia. 




13, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company A, 


Apr. 


21, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Pottstown. 




Company B, 
Company 0, 


Apr. 


22 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Chester. 




Apr. 


20! 


1925, 


8 


:30 


I'. 


M. 


Chester. 




Company D, 


Apr. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M. 


Doylestown. 




Company E, 


Apr. 


o 


1925, 


8 


.30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company F, 


Apr. 


3, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company G, 


Apr. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company H, 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Broad & Wharton 


Sts., 


Company I, 


Apr. 


18, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


U. 


Philadelphia. 
West Chester. 


Company K, 


Apr. 


17, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


:\j 


Norristown. 




Company L, 


Apr. 


24, 


1925, 
1925, 


8 


:30 


P. 


M 


Phoenisville. 




Company M, 


Apr. 


23, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Media. 





[G. O. 27.] 4 



112th INFANTRY. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mm* 


19 


1925, 


g 


00 


P. 


M. 


G rove City. 






1st Battalion Headquarters, 




19' 


1925^ 


ft 





P 


M 


Grove City. 






2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar' 


is! 


1925, 


g 


00 


P. 


M. 


Gth & Parade 


rO US. , 


Erie 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar 


3' 


192")' 


i 


30 


P 


M 


Kane. 






Headquarters Company, 


Mar 


19 


1925^ 


1 


30 




M 


Grove City. 






Service Co. (less Band), 




2 


192o' 


i 


30 


P 


M 


Kidgway. 






Band Section, Service Co., 




13* 


192o] 


g 


00 


p 


M 


6th & Parade 




Erie 


Howitzer Company, 


jviar. 


17 


1925 


Q 
O 


(\ fi 
uu 


p 


M 


Oil City. 






1st Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


IVLdl . 


19 


1925 


7 
1 




P 


M 


Grove City. 






2nd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 


J.VJLJ1 . 


13* 


1925 


Q 

O 


00 


p 


M 


6th & Parade 


'OlS. , 


Erie 


3rd Bn. Hqrs. Company, 




3 


1925 


17 


30 


p 


M 


Kane. 






Medical Detachment, 




2G 


1925 


7 
i 


oil 


p 


M 


Butler. 






Company A, 


Mar. 


g' 


1 925* 


Q 
O 




P 


jNI 


Corry. 








Mar. 


16! 


1925^ 


8 


00 


p! 


M.' 


Meadville. 






Company C, 


Feb. 


27 


1925 


7 
i 


OU 


p 


iVA. 


Ford City. 






Company D, 


Feb. 


25^ 


19251 


8 


00 


p'. 


M. 


Butler. 






Company E, 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., 


Erie. 


Company F, 


Mar. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., 


Erie. 


Company G, 


Mar. 


11, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., 


Erie. 


Company H, 


Mar. 


12, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., 


Erie. 


Company I, 


Mar. 


5, 


1925, 


7 


.50 


p. 


M. 


Warren. 






Company K, 


Mar. 


4, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


p. 


M. 


Bradford. 






Company L, 


Mar. 


18, 


1925, 


7 


:30 


p. 


M. 


Franklin. 






Company M, 


Mar. 


3, 


1925, 


7 


:30 


p. 


M. 


Kane. 







53rd FIELD ARTILLERY BRIGADE. 



Units. 


Date. 


Headquarters, 




Mar. 27, 


1925, 


Headquarters 


Battery, 


Mar. 27, 


1925, 



Hour. 



8:00 P. M. 
8:00 P. M. 



Location of Armory. 



Coraopolis. 
Coraopolis. 



103rd AMMUNITION TRAIN. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


103rd Ammunition Train, 


Apr. 30, 1925, 


8:00 P. M. 


Tamaqua. 



107th' FIELD ARTILLERY. 



Units. 



Headquarters, 

1st Battalion Headquarters, 
2nd Battalion Headquarters, 

Headquarters Battery, 

Service Battery, 

1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn. 
Medical Detachment, 

Battery A, 
Battery B, 

Battery C, 
Battery D 
Battery E, 

Battery F, 



Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Apr. 


i, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 




1925, 










Pittsburgh. 




Apr. 


9, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Phoenixville. 




Apr. 


1, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 






1925, 










Pittsburgh. 




Apr. 


6, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 






1925, 










Pittsburgh. 




Mar. 


31, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 
Pittsburgh. 


Emerson St., 


Apr. 


14, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Danville. 




Apr. 


7, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Ellwood City. 




Apr. 


1, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 
Pittsburgh. 


Emerson St., 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Harrisburg. 




Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 






1925, 










Pittsburgh. 


Apr. 


9, 
13, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Phoenixville. 




Apr. 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Williamsport. 




Apr. 


2, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 
















Pittsburgh. 


Apr. 


3, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 
















, Pittsburgh. 



5 f G. O. 27.] 



109th FIELD ARTILLERY. 



Units. 

! 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


l hiul'iuarters, 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


00 


L'. 


M. 


\v njies-iiai're. 


Xst Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


J I 


AVilkes-Barre. 


2nd I5atta lion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


>v iihcb-jpaiie. 


XXtfd.(.lL[litl 1 lt*l » JDaLLtiiy, 


Apr. 


16, 


v.yz:-. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 




ocl V lCt? X> LI y , ( Itrob JJ Willi } , 


Apr. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M 


\\ 1 1 k ea-.pai.ie. 


Band Section , Sei'v. Btry. , 

i s L x> ii . xjLq, jjt; t. oc Vj'Uiii, i . , 


Apr. 


26, 


1925, 


2 


III! 


p. 


M. 


Wi Ik e s -B a rre . 


Apr. 


27, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


J: X L tb Lull. 


2nd Bri. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Apr. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Medical Detachment 


Apr. 


23, 


1925 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Battery A, 


Apr. 


24, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M 


Nanticoke. 


Battery B, 


Apr. 


27, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M 


Pittston. 


Battery C, 


Apr. 


28, 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Plymouth. 


Battery D, 


Apr. 


17, 
20, 


1925, 


8 


00 




M 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Battery B, 


Apr. 


1925, 


8 


00 


p. 


M 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Battery F, 


Apr. 


21, 


1925. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 



103rd ENGINEERS (COMBAT.) 
(All units located at Armory; Broad & Callowhill Sts., Philadelphia.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


12, 


1925, 


8 


30 


I". 


M, 


Philadelphia. 


Headquarters & Service Co., 


Mar. 


10, 


1925 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


30 


1'. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company A, 


Mar. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company B. 


Mar. 


0, 


1925- 


8 


:;o 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company C, 


Mar. 


11, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 


Company D, 


Mar. 


12, 


1925, 


g 


30 


P. 


M. 


Company E, 


Mar. 


17, 


1925, 


8 


:;u 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company F, 


Mar. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 



28th DIVISION AIR SERVICE. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


103rd Observation Squadron, 
Medical Det„ 103rd Ob. Sq., 


Mar. 24, 
Mar. 24, 


1925, 

1925, 


8:00 P. 
8:00 P. 


M. 
M. 


Philadelphia, 
Philadelphia. 



103rd MEDICAL REGIMENT. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


2nd & Forster Sts., Harris- 
















burg. 


Service Co. (less Band), 


Mar. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Coraopolis. 


Band Section, Service Co., 


Mar. 


17, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


103rd Veterinary Company, 


Mar. 


18, 


1925, 


8 


Kill 


P. 


M. 


Fleetwood. 


107th Hospital Company, 


Mar. 


13, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


428 N. Queen St., Lan- 
caster. 


108th Hospital Company, 


Mar. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Indiana. 


109th Hospital Company, 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Wellsboro. 


107th Ambulance Company, 


Mar. 


12, 


1925, 


8 


:ll(l 


P. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


108th Ambulance Company, 


Mar. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Mansfield. 


107th Collecting Company, 


Mar. 


16, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Chestnut Hill Academy, 
















Philadelphia. 



[G. O. 27.] 



6 

28th DIVISION TRAIN, Q. M. C. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Apr. 


o, 


1920, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut 
Harrisburg. 


St., 


Headquarters Detachment, 


Apr, 


3, 


1925, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Bear of 209 Chestnut 
Harrisburg. 


St., 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


1, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut 


St 














Harrisburg. 




Vfi+pvi np tv Tip+n f Vi ii i tin + 
V K, lei in til y l^y v i.zf t ,ii i iir 1 1 l, 


Apr. 


1, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut 
Harrisburg. 


St., 


105th Motor Repair Section, 


Apr. 


3, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Gettysburg. 




105th Wagon Company, 


Apr. 


7, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Pine Grove. 




106th Wagon Companv, 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hamburg. 




109th Motor Transport Co., 


Apr. 


6, 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Huntingdon. 




110th Motor Transport Co., 


Apr. 


2, 


1925 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


N. George St., York. 





108th FIELD ARTILLERY (CORPS TROOPS.) 
(All units located at Armory : Broad and Diamond Sts., Philadelphia.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


17, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


24, 
19, 


1925, 
1925, 


8 


50 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


6, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Headquarters Battery, 


Mar. 


3, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Service Btry. (less Band), 


Feb. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Band Section, Service Btry., 


Mar. 


1, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Feb. 


24, 


1925. 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Feb. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Mar. 


6, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


26, 


1925. 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery A, 


Feb. 


1 24 > 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery B, 


Feb. 


17, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery C, 


Feb. 


19, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery D, 


Mar. 


5, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery E, 


Feb. 


27, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery F, 


Feb. 


20, 


1925, 


8 


3U 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 





















176th FIELD ARTILLERY (CORPS TROOPS.) 
(All units located at Armory : Bayard & Thackeray Sts., Pittsburgh.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


• 

Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


11, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 
2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Mar. 


20, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Mar. 


18, 


1925, 
1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Headquarters Battery, 
Service Battery, 


Mar. 


11, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Mar. 


24, 


1925, 


8 :15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Mar. 


9, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Mar. 


20, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Mar. 


18, 


1925. 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Medical Detachment, 


Mar. 


23, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery A, 


Mar. 


13, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery B, 


Mar. 


16, 


1925, 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery C, 


Mar. 


10, 


1925 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery D, 


Mar. 


17, 


1925. 


8 :15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery E, 


Mar. 


12, 


1925 


8 :15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery F, 


Mar. 


19, 


192." 


8:15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 



7 [G. O. 27.] 

213th COAST ARTILLERY (A-A) (CORPS TROOPS.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 




Headquarters, 


I eb. 


O 

A 




8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


4th & Union 
















town. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


r eo. 


1 


1 Q'"> ^ 


8 


:00 


Jr. 


M. 


Lancaster. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


1 ft 

ID, 




8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Lebanon. 


Headquarters Battery, 


Feb. 


1 f» 

1U, 




8 


'00 


P. 


M. 


Pottsvi'le. 


Service Battery, 


Feb. 


11, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Pottsville. 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Com. Tn., 


Feb. 


5, 


j.y-o, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


4th & Union 
town. 


2nd Bn. Hq. Detachment, 


Feb 


16, 


1925 


8 


■00 


1' 


M 


Lebanon. 


Medical Detachment, 


Feb! 


2 


1925, 


8 


•00 


P. 


M. 


4th & Union 
town. 


Battery A, 


Feb. 


9, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Reading. 


Battery B, 


Feb. 


2, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


4th & Union 


Battery C, 
















town. 


Feb. 


4, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Bethlehem. 


•Battery D, 


Feb. 


3. 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Easton. 


Battery E, 


Feb. 


12, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Lancaster. 


Battery F, 
Battery G, 


Feb. 


13, 

6, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Lancaster. 


Feb. 


1925. 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Reading. 


Battery H, 


Feb. 


16, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Lebanon. 



Allen- 



Allen- 



52nd CAVALRY BRIGADE (ARMY TROOPS.) 
(All units located at Armory: 23rd and Ranstead Sts., Philadelphia.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory- 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 




Headquarters Troop, 


Mar. 


23, 


1925, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 




103rd CAVALRY 


(ARMY 


TROOPS.) 




Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 














Philadelphia. 




1st Squadron Headquarters, 


Apr. 


2 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 
















Philadelphia. 




2nd Squadron Headquarters, 


Apr. 


6, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M 


Lewisburg. 




Headquarters Troop, 


Mar. 


30, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 
















Philadelphia. 




Service Troop, 


Mar. 


31, 


1925. 


8 


:00 


P. 


M 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave. . 














Philadelphia. 




1st Sq. Hqrs. Detachment, 


Apr. 


2 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave. 


2nd Sq. Hqrs. Detachment, 














Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


6, 
3, 


1925. 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Lewisburg. 




Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


•Troop A, 












Philadelphia. 


Apr. 


1, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave.. 














Philadelphia. 




Troop B, 


Mar. 


27, 


1925. 


7 


:30 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave. , 


Troop C, 














Philadelphia. 




Mar. 


26, 


1925, 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


Troop D, 














Philadelphia. 


Apr. 


6, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Lewisburg. 




Troop E, 


Apr. 


7, 


1925 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 


Sunbury. 




Troop F, 


Apr. 


8, 


1925. 


8 


:00 


P. 


M. 1 Lock Haven. 





104th CAVALRY (ARMY TROOPS.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory- 


Headquarters, 

1st Squadron Headquarters, 
2nd Squadron Headquarters, 
Headquarters Troop, 


Apr. 21, 1925 

Apr. 29, 1925. 
Apr. 21, 1925, 
Apr. 20, 1925, 


7 :00 P. M. 

8:30 P. M. 
8:30 P. M. 
7 :30 P. M. 


2nd & Forster Sts., Harris- 
burg. 
Tyrone. 
Harrisburg, 

2nd & Forster Sts., Harris- 
bure. 



[G. O. 27.] 8 

104th CAVALRY (ARMY TROOPS.) — (Continued.) 



Units. 



Service Troop, 

1st Sq. Hqrs. Detachment, 
2nd Sq. Hqrs. Detachment, 
Medical Detachment, 



Troop A, 
Troop B, 
Troop C, 
Troop D, 
Troop E, 
Troop F, 



Date. 


Hour. 


T v~i /"mi i~\ tvn n"f Armnvv 


Apr. 


22, 


1925, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


2nd & Forster Sts., Harris- 




29, 


1925, 








burg. 


Apr. 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Tyrone. 


Apr. 


21, 


192 ' 


8 :30 


P. 


M 


Harrisburg. 


Apr. 


24 


1925, 


8:00 


P. 


M 


Bear of 209 Chestnut St., 






1925, 








Harrisburg. 


Apr. 


27, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


New Castle. 


Apr. 


29, 


1925, 


7 :00 


P. 


M. 


Tyrone. 


Apr. 


23, 


1925, 


7 :00 


P. 


M. 


Harrisburg. 


Apr. 


17, 


1925, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


Carlisle. 


Apr. 


16, 


1925, 


7 :30 


P. 


M. 


Chambersburg. 


Apr. 


30, 


1925, 


7:30 


P. 


M 


Punxsutawney. 



52nd MACHINE GUN SQUADRON (ARMY TROOPS.) 



Units. 



Headquarters, 
Headquarters Detachment, 
Medical Detch. (Med. Sec.) 
Medical Detch. (Vet. Sec.) 
Troop A, 
Troop B, 
Troop C, 



Date. 


Huur. 


Location 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Apr. 


10, 


1925, 


8 


Oil 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Apr. 


10, 


1925. 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Apr. 


15, 


1925, 


2 


30 


P. 


M. 


Lewistown. 


Apr. 


12, 


1925, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Boalsburg. 


Apr. 


13, 


1925. 


8 


On 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Apr. 


15, 


1925, 


2 


30 


P. 


M. 


Lewistown. 



125th ENGINEER BATTALION (MOUNTED) (ARMY TROOPS.) 



Units. 



Company A, 



Date. 



Apr. 28, 1925. 



Hour. 



1:00 P. M. 



Location of Armory. 



Howard & 10th St., A\ 
toona. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

The Adjutant Genera]. 



Oi'licial 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 28.] 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD. 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg. Pa., December 1, 192^. 

General Orders, ? 
No. 28. J 

Section. 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers f 

Reappointments and Reassignmcnts of Officers, II 

Appointment of Officer in Penna. National Guard Reserve Ill 

^Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve IV 

Resignations of Officers V 

Expirations of Commissions, VI 

State Recognition of Organization VII 

Federal Recognition of Officers, VIII 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of 
Appointment. 


Rant 


From. 


Assignment. 




















Henry Allen Kitselman, 
Ordinance Department. 


Warrant 

Officer, 


Not. 


6, 


'24, 


Nov. 


6, 


'24, 


Service Tr. , 103rd 
Cav., as Band Leader. 


William Malvern Fox, 
Gordon Alexander Walter, 


Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 


Not. 
Not. 


i-'O, 
8. 


'24, 
•24, 


Nov. 
Not. 


20, 
8, 


•24, 
•24, 


103rd Ord. Co. (Main), 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 

103rd Ord. Co. (Main), 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 


Coast Artillery Corps. 


















John Franklin Starr, 
Field Artillery. 


1st Lieut., 


Nov. 


8, 


•24, 


Not. 


8, 


•24, 


Hq. Btry., 213th C. A., 
(A. -A.). 


Neal Dudley Smith, 
John Galbreath Doran, Jr., 
Donald Bowers Stees, 

Godfrey Euhland Beb- 

mann, Jr., 
Lester Vaughn Moore, 

Cavalry. 


Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut.. 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Nov. 
Not. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


28, 
28, 

28, 

13, 

28, 


•24, 
•24, 
'24, 

'24. 
•24, 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


28, 
28, 
28, 

13, 
28, 


'24, 
'24, 
'24, 

•24, 
'24, 


2nd Bn. Hq., 107th F. 

A., as Adjt. 
2nd Bn. Hq., 176th F. 

A., as Adjt. 
3rd Bn. Hq., lOSth F. 
A., as Liaison Officer. 

Battery A, 108th F. A. 
Battery E, 176th F. A. 


Olaf Dimling Carlton, 
Daniel George Snyder, 

Cyrus LeRoy Johnson, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut. . 


Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 


28, 
8, 

13, 


•24, 
'24, 

•24, 


Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 


28, 
8, 

13, 


•24, 
'24, 

•24, 


Troop F, 104th Cavalry. 

2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. 
Det., 103rd Cav.. as 
I. P. & T. Officer. 

Troop D, 103rd Cav- 
alry. 


Infantry. 


















Victor Howard Wilson, 


1st Lieut.. 


Nov. 


20, 


•24, 


Nov. 


20, 


•24, 


28th Mil. Police Co., 
Spec. Trs., 28th Div. 

Howitzer Co., 110th 
Inf. 


Tweed Harold Stafford, 


1st Lieut., 


Nov. 


28, 


•24, 


Nov. 


28, 


•24, 



[G. O. 28.] 2 

II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers : 



N ame. 


Rank. 


Date of Re- 
appointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Chaplain. 
















Frederick Percival Hough- 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


ton, 
















Harry Nelson Bassler, 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Field Artillery. 
















Stephen Elliott, 


Lt. Col., 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19. 


Thomas Henry A.therton. 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Rooert Charles Miner, 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


V_ it V < ( I 1 „) . 
















Hugh Laird Gurtin, 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Samuel Blair Wolfe, 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Infantry, 
















Laurence Hawley Watres, 


Lt. Col., 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Frederic Palen Schoon- 


Lt. Col., 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


maker. 














Stanley Edward Dolvh, 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Stanley Francis Coar, 


Major. 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Albert Otto King. 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Charles Calvin Meyers, 


Major, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Franlc LeRoy Ruffing, 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Ignatius Joseph Meenan, 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Ellsworth Kelly, 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


William Patrick Hayes, 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


James Frederick Leetch, 


Captain, 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 


Robert Walcott Parks, 


1st Lieut., 


Not. 


1, 


'24, 


Not. 


1, 


'19, 



Date of 
Reassignment. 



Hq., 28th DiT., as 

Asst. Div Chaplain. 
Hq., 104th CaTalry. 



Hq., 109th Field Ar- 
tillery. 

1st Bn. Hq., 109th 
F. A. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 109th F. 
A. 



Hq., 52nd M. G. Squad- 
ron. 

2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. 
Det., 103rd CaT. 



Hq., 109th Infantry. 
Hq., 112th Infantry. 

1st Bn. Hq., 109th Inf. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 109th Inf. 

2nd Bn. Hq. ,110th Inf. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 111th Inf. 

Hq. Co., 112th In- 
fantry. 

Hq., 112th Inf., as 
Supply Officer. 

Howitzer Co., 109th 
Inf. 

Service Co., 109th Inf. 
Company D, 112th Inf. 
Company B, 109th Inf. 



III. Under the provisions of Paragraph 175, National Guard Regulations, 1922, 
Clinton Thomas Bundy, (Allegheny County), is appointed a Lieutenant Colonel of' 
Field Artillery, Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve, to date from November 
28, 1924, with rank from November 28, 1924. 



IV. Transfer 


of 


Officer to National Guard Reserve : 




Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Transfer to 
N. G. Reserye. 


William A. Fulmer, 


1st Lieut., 


Company M, 111th Infantry, 


Not. 21. '24. 



3 [G. O. 28.] 

V., Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 


John G. English^ 
Roy 8. Savior, 
Thomas P. McLaughlin, 
Henry L. Neyhart, 
Almond J. Clough, Jr., 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Company C, 109th Infantry, 
Company C, 110th Infantry, 
28th Sig. Co., Spec. Trs. , 28th Div. 
Company L, 109th Infantry, 
Company G, 112th Infantry, 


Nov. 7, '24. 
Nov. 29, '24. 
Nov. 29, '24. 
Nov. 13, '24. 
Nov. 1, '24. 


m 

VI. Expirations of Commissions : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Expiration of 
Commission. 


Clean N. Bemtheizel, 
Harry W. Anderson, 


Lt. Col., 
Major, 

- 


J. A. G. Dept., S. S. C. & D., 
Regtl. Hq., 103rd Eneineerg, 


Oct. 31, '24. 
Oct. 31, '24. 


Vli. State Recognition is extended to Hospital Company No. 109, 103rd 
Medical Regiment, located at Wellsboro, Pa., to date from July 1, 1924. 

VIII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 


William C. Gallagher, 
John B. Hawkins, 
Allen R. Parrtsh, 
Albert R. Stuetz, 


1st Lieut., 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
Captain, 


Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 
Company M, 111th Infantry, 
Service Battery, 176th F. A., 
Air Service, 103rd Observation Sq., 


Oct. 24, '24. 
Oct. 24, '24. 
Oct. 24, '24. 
Oct. 24, '24. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

, F. D. BEARY. 

Adjutant General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



[G. 0. 29} 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg Pa., December SI, 1924- 



General Orders ) 
No. 29. S 

Appointments and Assignments of Officers, 

•Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers. 

Reassignments of Officers, 

Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List. 

Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve, 

Resignations of Officers, 

Announcement of Death of Officer, Retired List, P. N. G.. . 

Federal Recognition of Officers, 

Rescission of certain General Orders, 



Section 
I 
II 
III 
IV 
V 
VI 
VII 
VIII 
IX 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rani. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Hank 


From. 


Assignment. 


Judge Adrocate General's 
Department 


















Fred Taylor Pusey, 


Colonel, 


Nov. 


1, 


'24, 


Nov. 


1, 


'24, 


S. S. C. & D., as Judge 
Advocate. 


Quartermmaster Corps. 


















Charles Franklin Bllinger, 


1st Lieut., 


Dee. 


no. 


'24, 


Dec. 


SO. 


'24, 


S. S. C. & D. 


Air Service. 


















Harvey Swartcly Reed, 


2nd Lieut., 


Dee. 


SO, 


'24, 


Dec. 


30. 


'24. 


103rd Observ. Sq., Air 
Service. 


Field Artillery. 


















•fferfcerf Frederick \Ram4all 
William Arthur Schrage, 


1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Dec. 
Dec. 


1, 

10. 


'24, 
'24, 


Dec. 
Dec. 


1, 
10, 


'24, 
'24, 


2nd Bn. Hq., 107th F. 

A., as Liaison Officer. 
Hq. Btry., 109th F. A. 


Cavalry. 








I 










Harry Wotcott Bobbins, 


2nd Lieut., 


Dec. 


2!). 


'24, 


Dec. 


29, 


'24. 


Troop D , 103rd Cavalry. 


Infantry. 


















Paul LaForge Clark, 
Louis Franklin Conn, 


1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Dee. 
Dec. 


30, 
J. 


'24, 
'24, 


Dec. 
Dec. 


30, 
1, 


'24, 
'24, 


Company M, lllth Inf. 
Howitzer Co., 110th 
Inf. 

Company M, lllth Inf. 
Company F, lllth Inf. 
Company H, lllth Inf, 


John Frederick Schultz, 
Francis Fendell, 
Utantiing Waisv-orth Doi- 
son, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


10, 
12. 
12, 


•24, 
'24, 
'24, 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


10, 
12, 

12, 


•24, 
'24, 
'24. 



[G. 0.29] 



2 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank . 


Date of Re- 
appointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Reassignment. 


Signal Corps. 


















Walter Archibald Hardie, 


Captain, 


Dec. 


1, 


•24, 


Dec. 


1, 


'19, 


28th Sig. Co., Spec. 
Trs., 28th Dir. 


Cavalry. 


















Frank Russell Burgard, 
Paul Adolph Schubert, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Dec. 
Dec. 


1, 
1, 


'24, 
'24, 


Dec. 
Dec. 


1, 
1, 


'19, 
•19, 


Troop B, 103rd Cavalry. 
Troop B, 103rd Cavalry ■ 


Infantry. 


















John Charles Groff, 

Thomas Linus Hoban, 

Archibald Herman Ace, 
Richard Earl Womer, 
Frederick Logan Pond, 


Major, 

Captain, 

Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 


Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


1, 

1, 

1, 
1, 
1, 


'24, 

'24, 

•24, 
'24, 
'24, 


Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 
1, 


•19, 

'19, 

'19 
'19, 
'19, 


3rd Bn. Ho.., 111th 
Inf. 

Hq., 109th Inf., as 
Adjt. 

Company B, 109th Inf. 
Hq. Co., 110th Inf. 
Company B, 112th Inf. 



III. Reassignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


Milton F. D'EHscU, 
Richard W. Payne, 

Raymond W. Smeeney, 

Harry H. Carey, 
Wilmer 8. Trinkle, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


1st Bn. Hq. Det. 
& Comb. Tn., 
108th F. A., 

I. P. & T. Of- 
ficer, t't Bn. 
Hq., 108th F. 
A., 

I. P. & T. Of- 
ficer, 3rd Bn. 
Hq., 108th F. 
A., 

1st Bn. Hq., 
109th F. A., 

Hq. Co., 111th 
Inf., 


3rd Bn.. Hq., 
lOSth F. A., as 
Adjt., 

1st Bn. Hq. Det. 
& Comb. Tn., 
lOSth F. A., as 
Comdg. Officer. 

Regtl. Hq., 108th 
F. A., as Liai- 
son Officer, 

Btrv. A, 109th 

F. A., 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 

111th Inf., 


Dec. 4, '24. 
Dec. 4, '24. 

Dec. 23, '24. 

Dec. 10, '24. 
Dec. 23, '24. 

M 



IV. Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 



Name. 



John F. Edwards, 
Kirlland S. Adams, 
Paul B. Porter, 



Rank. 



Major. 

Captain, 

Captain, 



Organization. 



Medical Det., 109th F. A., 
Batterv A, 109th Field Artillery, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 



Date of Trans 
fer to Super 
numerary List. 



Dec. 30, '24 
Dec. 10, '24 
Dec. 15, '24 



3 

V. Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve : 



[G. O. 29] 



Name. 



Cleon N. Berntheizel, 
Meyer S. Jacobs, 
John E. Vare, 




Organization. 



J. -A. -G. Dept., S. S. C. & D., 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 
Company F, 111th Infantry, 



Date of Trans- 
fer to N. G. 
Reserve. 



Oct. 31, '24. 
Not. 30, '24. 
Dec. 11, '24. 



VI. Resignations of Officers. 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Acceptance 
of Resignation. 


William A. Baeckel, 

Harry L, Signor, 
Royal B. Stevens, 
Russell W. Cooper, 


2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


28th Mil. Police Co., Spec. Tre., 28th 
Div., 

Service Battel?-, 107th F. A., 
Battery- E, 108tn Field Artillery, 
Company C, 1 12th Infantry, 


Dec. 5, '24. 

Dec. 23, '24. 
Dec. 20, '24. 
Dec. 22, '24. 



VII. Announcement is made of the death of Brigadier General Cham-Ins 
McKibbin, Retired List, P. N. G., which occurred December 5. 1924. 

VIII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Ralph J. Bradford, 

William A. Brockmeyer, 

Harry E. Clarke, 
Robert S. Doyle, 
Otto •/. Glaser, 

Cyrus L. Johnson, 
Henry A. Kitselman, 

*~Krnest TP. Lcmnitzer, 
Francis H. McKnight, 
Burleigh A. Peters, 
Godfrey R. Rebmann, Jr., 
Thomas T. Richards, 
Daniel G. Snyder, 
John F. Starr, 

Raymond M. Steele, 

Franklin B. Thompson, 
Jr., 



Hank 



2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut. 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
Warrant 
Officer, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut.. 
1st Lieut.. 

2nd Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Date of 
Federal 
Recogmition. 



Air Service, 103Td Observation Squad-; 
ron, 

Q. M. C, Motorcycle Co. No. 103, 

Spec. Trs., 28th Div., 
J. A. a. Dept., Hq., 28th Division, 
Batterv B, 176th Field Artillery, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 108th 

F. A., 

Troop D, 103rd Cavalry, 

Band Leader, Service Tr., 103rd Cav. , 

Company H, 109th Infantry, 
Battery F, 107th Field Artillery, 
Chaplain, Regtl. Hq., 107th F. A. , 
Battery A, 108th Field Artillery, 
Chaplain, Hq., 109th Infantry, 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 103rd Cav.,! 
C. A. O., Hq. Btry., 213th C. A.I 
(A. -A.), 

2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 176th 
F. A., 

Battery A, 107th Field Artillery, 



June 


27, 


•24 


June 


6, 


'24 


Oct. 


24, 


'24 


Oct. 


24, 


'24 


Oct. 


22, 


•24 


Nov. 


13, 


'24 


Nov. 


6, 


'24 


Oct. 


2-1, 


24 


Oct. 


24, 


'24 


Oct. 


24, 


•24 


Nov. 


13, 


'24 


July 


28, 


'24 


Nov. 


8, 


■24 


Nov. 


8, 


'24 


Oct. 


24, 


'24 


July 


14, 


'24 



IX. Rescission of certain General Orders : 

Paragraph VIII, G. O. No. 22, A. G. O., series 1918, announcing the death of 
Brigadier General Chambers McKibiin, is rescinded. 



[G. O. 29] 4 

So much of Paragraph VI, G. O. No. 28, A. G. O.. c. s., as pertains to the 
expiration of commission of Lieutenant Colonel Clean N. Berntheieel, is rescinded, 
as of December 15, 1924. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Gommander-in-V hief. 

F. D. BEARY, 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjulant.