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IN MEMORIAM
WILLIAM HAWLEY
ADNREW SICHI
CHARLES NELSON
RAYMOND JACKSON
CHARLES KACIR
MELVIN SMITH
DORSEY HARTLINE
JAMES GIBSON
SHERMAN CORDERY
WILSON BROWN
DENVER LEE
GLENN COOK
HARRY McGILTON
DEWEY MUNAS, JR.
JOHN JOHNSON
HAMPTON MATTHEWS
JAMES JOBB
JACOB BELLEVILLE
RALPH McGONAGLE
WILSON McFADDEN
MIKE HARVEY
SAMUEL LARKINS
ANDREW PUNKO
ROBERT MUNAS
ALEX CISZEWSKI
VIRGIL PRESTON
LESTER MARLING
MATT SIMONETTI
JOHN YABLONSKI
ODELL BROWN
BOYD TAYLOR
NED VAN GOSEN
EDWARD PLETHCER
AWAY


I cannot say, and I will not say
That he is dead. He is just away!

With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand,
He has wandered into an unknown land.

And left Us dreaming how very fair
It needs must be, since he lingers there.

And you --oh you, who the wildest yearn
For the old time step and the glad return--

Think of him faring on, as dear
In the love of There as the love Of Here;

And loyal still, as he gave the blows
Of his warrior strength to his country's foes--

Mild and gentle, as lie was brave,
When the sweetest love of his life he gave

To simple things; where the violets grew
Pure as the eyes they were likened to,

The touches of his hands have strayed
As reverently as his Eps have prayed;

When the little brown thrush that harshly chirred
Was dear to him as the mocking-bird;

And he pitied as much as a man in pain
A writhing honey-bee wet with rain.

Think of him still as the same, I say:
He is not dead - he is just - away!

-James Whitcomb Riley.

HENRY HAWLEY
DAIN BRAGG
HENRY JOHNSON
CHARLES STEVENS
ROY JENNEWEIN
MYRON WRIGHT
DWIGHT MELLOTT
CLINTON CORWIN
TONY WACH
JOHN STEWART
VIRGIL NEWKIRK
GEORGE WISOR
TIE P. MILLER
MIKE CHIMLEY
JAMES McCONNAUGHEY
FRANK REICK
EDWARD DENNIS
AVREL VAUGHT
JOHN WARSNICK
DALE JONES
JOHN BURDA
PETE UTKA
WILLIAM ZEMMICK
WILBERT KNEUFNER
ADAM GURSKY
FLETCHER RIEVES
EARL R. GIBSON
FLOYD W. ABEREGG
RUSSELL CALDWELL
GEORGE EMERY
RALPH VILKOSKI
CHARLES VERNON BROWN
MARION GLEN WINGROVE
(JOE)