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(General Order No. 29 was the last in series of 1924) 

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



Harrisburg, Pa., February 1,1925. 



General Orders / 
No. 1. ^ 



Appointments and Assignments uf OfKcers, 

"Reappointment and Reassigiiments of Officers, 

Reassignments of Officers, 

Tran.sfer»; of Ofiicers to TInassigned (Supernumerary) l.isi. 

Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve 

Resignations of Officers, 

Vacation of Commission 

Rescission of certain General Orders, 

Federal Recognition of Officers, 

Citation, 



Section 

I 
II 
III 

IV 
V 
VI 

vn 
viu 

IX 



1. .\ puointnients and Assigimients of Oflicei-s: 



Name 



Anthony 
Oampo, 



Joseph, Del 



Medical Corps, 
Me<Ucal Department. 



Harry Biluarde 
leider. 



Dental Corps, 
Medical Department. 

Russell James Engleka. 

Veterinary Corps, 
Medical Department 

Samuel Olenn, 

Field Artillery. 

Harlo Wilbur Blgby, 

Henry Conrad Miller, 
Frederick Herman Hall, 

Cavalry. 
fhilip Collins Shoemaker, 
Lamhert Max Smith, 

Infantry. 

Jvcoh Young Eberly, 
pre'i lluxxell Evans, 
BoKard Bbeneter Bowinan, 



Banli. 



Warrant 

1 »iii<ter, 



Utiger- Captain 



Captain. 



2nii Lieut. , 



1st Lieut. 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 



Captain. 
2n<l Lieut., 



1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nu Lieut., 



Date of 
I Appointment. 



•Tan. 21, '25, 



•laii. 1:;, 26, 



Rank From. 



Assignment. 



.Inn 21, '25, i Service Btry.. lOStU F. 

A., as Band Leader^ 



.Tail. 12, 



■25, Med. Det., Spec. Tra., 
28th Dlv. 



Jan. 23, '25 Jan. 23. 25, Med. Det., 110th Inf, 



Jan. 2:i. 25 i Ja". 23, '25, Med. Det.. lOTtli F. .4^ 



Jau. 2, '25 Jan. 2, '25, ' Service Btry.. 107th P. 

' : : A. 

Jan. 12, '25 ' Jan. 12, '25, i Batteiy F, 176th F. A. 
Jan. 1.3, '25' ■ Jan. 13, '25, i 2nd Bn. Hq. Det. S 
i Comb. Tn., iOTth F. 

A. 

Jan. 20, '25 i Jan. 20. '25, Troop A, 52nd M. <5. 

' ' • Sq. 

Jan 2, '25 i Jan. 2, '25, 1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det... 

104th Cav.. as I. P. 

& T. Officer. 

Jan. 2, '25, Jan. 2, '25, Hq. Co., 28th Dir. 
Jan. 2, '25, Jan. 2, '25, Company C, 109th laf 
Jan. 2, '25, I Jan. 2, '25, Company G, 112th Inf.. 



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II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers : 



Name 


Rank. 


Date of He- 
appointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Reassignment. 


Medical CorpR, 

Medical Dc-partnient. 


















Theodore Alvin Little, 


Major. 


.Tan. 


1, 


•25, 


Jan. 


1, 


'20 


Med. Det., 112th Inf. 


Field Artillery. 


















William Uenry Smith, 

William Jolin Haeder, 


Captain, 
Captain. 


Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
1, 


•25, 
'25. 


Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
1, 


'20, 
'20, 


Eegtl. Hq., 109th F. 

A., as Adjt. 
2nd Bn. Hq., 108th F. 

A., as Adjt. 


Cavalry. 


















Edward Troutman Miller, 


Captain. 


Jan. 


1, 


'25, 


Jan. 


1, 


'20, 


Troop P, 103ra Car. 


Infantry. 


















Daniel Dvnnan Atkinunn, 
M'iUiam Palmer Maclay, 
J"ltn Mitflirll Rn.ie, 
Thomas John Kernaghan. 


Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain, 
Captain, 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jun. 
Jan. 


1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 


'20, 
'20, 
'20, 
'20, 


Company r>, llUh Inf. 
Company F. nith Inf. 
Company O. 111th Inf. 
Company H, 111th Inf. 



III. Reassignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


Kew Assl:n:nent. 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


Frank J. Fredericks, 
George A. Wiggan. 

Joseph A. Walton, 


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

2nd Lieut., 


Company G. 112th 
Inf., 

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

Company E. Tilth 
Inf., 


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

Eesfl. Hq., lOSrd 
Cav.. as I. P. & 
T. Officer. 

2nd Tin. Hq. Co.. 
111th Inf., 


Jan. 26, '25. 
Jan. 8, '25. 

Jan. fi. '25. 


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


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
for to Super- 
numerary List. 


rharleR n. FInhl, 
(Irnrqe 0. Frcy, 


Cantnin, 
Captain, 


Troon A. 52nd Machine Gnn Squadron, 
Service Company, 111th Infantry, 


.Tan. in, '2.5. 
Jan. 12, '25. 


V. Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


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

Jan. 12. '25. 

Jnn. 21. '25. 


■f"»flph Tj. Magrnth, 
Rnvmond W. Sweeney, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut.. 


A'ljutant, 1st Bn. Hq., 10."?rd Kncrlneers, 
Reg'mental Headqmrters. 108th F. A.. 



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V'l. Resignations of Officers: 



Name. 



Carl T. HotiUhan, 
John R. Lufs, 
David W. Shields, 
Joseph A. Mansfield, 
Louis F. Conn, 



Kank. 



1st 
1st 
2nd 
2nd 
2nd 



I/ipnt., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 



Organization. 



M. C, Med. Det., 109th Infantry, 
Troop F, 103rd Cavalry, 
Troop F, 103rd Cavalry, 
Company E, lOOtli Infantry, 
Howitzer Co., 110th Infantry, 



VII. Vacation of Commission: 



I Date of 
Acceptance of 
I Kesignation. 



•Tail. 3 2, '2.-). 

Jan. 2(5, '25. 

Jan. 2G. •2.'5. 

Jan. 12. "25. 

Jan. 30, '25. 



Name. 


Bank. 


William J. Crookston, 


Colonel, 




Comdg. OIHcer, 103rd Med. Kegt. 



Date of 
Vacation of 
Commission. 

Dec. 18. '24. 



"^'III. Rescission of certain General Orders : 

So much of Paragraph III, G. O. No. 29, A. G. O., series 1924, as pertains 
to the reassignment of Second Lieutenant Wilmer S. TrinkJe, is rescinded, as of 
January 6, 1925. 

IX. Federal Recognitioa of Officers : 



Name. 



Clinton T. Bundy, 
Olaj U. Carlton, 
LoiiiK F. Conn. 
Manning W. Dodson, 
John G. Doran, Jr., 
Fred It. Evans, 
Francis Fendell, 
William M. Fox. 

Clarence S. Marsh, 
Lester V. Moore, 
William A. 01 ley. 
Birhert F. Rami all. 
Willian\ A Schrage. 
John F. f!ehunz. 
Tmerd 71. SfalTord, 
Ralph, N. Sfeimrr, 
Gordon A. Walter, 

Victor H. Wilson, 

Melville J. Wohlgemuth, 



Rank. 



Organization. 



Colonel, 


Captain. 


2nd 


Lient.. 


2nd 


Lieut., 


Captain. 


1st 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


Captain. 


2nd 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


2nd 


Lieut., 


1st 


Lieut.. 


1st 


Lieut.. 


2nd 


Lieut.. 


1st 


Lieut. , 


1st 


Lieut.. 



F. A., N. G. Reserve. 
Troop F, ]04tli Cavair.T, 
Howitzer Co.. llOtli Infantry, 
Company H, 111 the Infantry, 
2nd Bn. Hq., ITGth F. A., 
Company C, 10!)th Infantry, 
lllth Infantry, 
Co. (Main), Spec. 



Compan.v F 
103rl Ord. 

2Sth Div, 
Battery D, 
Battery E, 
Battery C, 
2nd 
Hq 



lOSth F. A., 
ITfith F. A., 
108th F. A., 
Bn. Hq., 107th F. A., 
Battery, lOOtli F. A., 



Trs., 



Company M, lllth Infantry. 
Howitzer Co., llOth Infantry, 
Battery F, 107th F. A., 
lO'^rd Ord. Co. (Main), Spec. 

28th Div.. 
Inf., 28th M. P. Co., Spec. Trs., 
Div.. 

Hq. Battery, 17fith P. A., 



Trs. I 



Date of 
Federal 
EeeoKuition. 



Nov. 


28. 


•25. 


Nov. 


28. 


'24. 


Dec. 


1. 


'24. 


Dec. 


12. 


'24. 


Nov. 


28. 


'24. 


Jan. 


2, 


'25. 


Dec. 


3 2'. 


'24. 


Nov. 


20. 


'24. 


Oct. 


22. 


'24. 


Nov. 


2S. 


•24 


Oct. 


24. 


•24. 


Dec. 


1. 


•24. 


Dec. 


10, 


'24. 


Dec. 


10. 


'24. 


Nov. 


28, 


'24. 


Oct. 


24, 


•24. 


Nov. 


8, 


'24. 


Not. 


20. 


•24. 


Oct. 


24, 


•24. 



X. Citation : 

, (General Orders No. 1. A. G. O.. .spWc.s 192.3. is amended to include the following 

I award of Foreign Decoration : 

Unmade, George R., 1st lieut., Motor Transport Corps, American Expeditionary 
Forces: 



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Freuch Croix de Guerre with brouz star, under Order No. 2023, dated Decem- 
ber 21, 1918. French Armies of the North and Northwest, with the citation: 

"This excellent officer, enei'getic and zealous, many times set an example by 
his calmness and disregard of danger. He especially distinguished himself on 
October 2.3 and 24, 1918, remaining for several hours at cross roads which were 
being shelled by the enemy, in order to see to the safety of the personnel and 
materiel entrusted to his care. He was the last to leave the terrain after one 
of the officers beside him had been killed.'' 

Residence at entry into military service : 746 W. Third St., Williamsport, Pa. 

^ By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

' • Q^overnor and Commander-in-Ohief. 

. - ■ : ' , . r'r-:^:^- _ F. D. BEARY, 

Adiutnnt-Oeneral. 

Official : . ^ ^.;*5v^ 




[G. O. 2.] 



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



Harrisburg, Pa., Fehrxiary 3, 1925 

General Orders ' 

No. 2. r -■ 

Section 

Disbandment and Reorganization of Motor Repair Section 

No. 105, 28th Division Train, Q. M. C I 

• I. Pursuant to autliority contained in Militia Bureau Letter, 
dated November 17, 1924, M. B. (323.7 (Stations) Penu.— 1), 
Motor Repair Section No. 105. 28tli Division Train, Q. M. C„ 
located at Harrisburg, Pa., is disbanded, effective February 15, 
1025. 

All enlisted personnel will be discharged from the service by 
reason of disbandment of organization. 

Motor Repair Section No. 105, 28th Division Train, Q. M. C, 
with station at Gettysburg, Pa., will be reorganized, effective 
February 16, 1925. 

Second Lieutenant William 11. Armor, having changed his resi- 
dence from Harrisburg, Pa., to Gettysburg, Pa., will continue in 
command of Motor Repair Section No. 105, 28th Division Train, 
Q. M. C. 

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

F. D. BEART, 
Adjutant General. 

Official: 



Adjutant. 



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[G. O. 3] 



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

Harrisbiirg, Pa., February 25, 1925. 

General Orders ) 
No. 3. S 

Section 

Season for Small Arms Qualifications I 

Leases and Allowances for Target Ranges, II 

Schedules of Practice, Ill 

I. The outdoor season for Small Arms Practice of the Penn- 
sylvania National Guard will commence May 1, 1925, and close 
November 30, 1925. 

II. The leasing, construction and maintenance of target ranges 
v>-ill be in accordance with provisions of Article XVI, N. G. R., 
1922, and Circular No. 3-B, M. B., series 1924, published in Bulle^ 
tin No. 3, A. G. O., Pa., series 1924. 

The provisions of Paragraph 481, N. G. R., 1922, regarding 
pay of markers, etc., do not apply to target ranges at home 
stations, and no funds are available for expenses of this character. 

III. The Commanding General, 2Sth Division, will prepare 
and publish a Memorandum of Instructions and Schedules of 
Practice in Small Arms for preliminary indoor practice and out- 
door practice. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

P. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 

Official: '! ; . 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 4.1 



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

Harrisburg, Pa., Fehruary 26. 1925. 

General Orders ) 
No. 4. f 

Section 

Annual Field Training. Pennsylvania National Guard. . . I 

I. Pursuant to the pro\'isions of Section 92. National De- 
fense Act. approved June 3, 1916, as amended June 4, 1920, and 
verbal authority granted by Headquarters, Third Corps Area, en- 
campments for instruction in field training and target practice of 
the Pennsylvania National Guard will be held as follows: 

MOUNT GRETNA, PENNSYLVANIA. 

July 11th to August 8th, inclusive, 1925 : 

Staff Corps and Departments. /, 
28th Division Headquarters. 

Headquarters Detachment, 28th Division, (one-half each 
fifteen day period). 

July 10th to 26th, inclusive, 1925: 

Motor Transport Company, No. 109. 

July 11th to 25th, inclusive, 1925: 
55Lh Infantry Brigade. 
103rd Engineers. 
Wagon Company No. 105. 
Hospital Company No. 107. 

July 17th to August 3rd, inclusive, 1925: 
28th Military Police Company. 

July 18th to August 1st, inclusive, 1925: 

Special Troops, 28t,b Division, (less Headquariers Detach- 
ment, 28th Division, 28th Military Police Company and 
28th Tank Company). 

July 25th to August 8th, inclusive. 1925: 
56th Infantry Brigade. 
103rd Medical Regiment (less Hospital Company No. 107). 
2Sth Division Train (less Motor Transport Company No. 
109 and Wagon Company No. 105). 

August Sth to 22nd, inclusive, 1925: 
52nd Cavalry Brigade. 
Co. A, 125tli Ensineor Battalion. 



[O. O. 4.] 



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TOBYHANNA, PENNSYLVANIA. 

July 18th to Au^st 15th, inclusive, 1925 : 

53rd Field Artillery Brigade Headquartors. 

,Tnly ISth to August 1st, inclusive, 1025: 
109th Field Artillery. 
176th Field Artillery. 

July 25',h to August 8th, inclusive, 1925 : 

Headquarters Battery, 53rd Field Artillery P.rig.-ido. 
103rd Ammunition Train. 

August 1st to 15th, inclusive. 3925: 
lOTth Field Artillery. 
108th Field Artillery. 



CAMP MEADE. MARYLAND. 

August 15th to 29th, inclusive, 1925: 
28th Tank Company. 

FORT MONROE, VIRGINIA. 

August 16th to 30th, inclusive, 1925: 
213th Coast Artillery (A.-A.) 



LANGLEY FIELD, VIRGINIA. 

August 16th to 30th, inclusive, 1925: 
103rd Observation Squadron. 

Motor Transport Company No. 110 will remain in camp to 
include August 9, 1925. 

Detailed instructions couicerning all encampments and troop 
movements will be published in subsequent orders to be issued 
from this office. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Gommander-in- Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Ad juf ant-General. 

Official : 



A djtiiaiii. 



[G. O. 51 



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

Harrisburg, Pa.. il/f;i-c7i 1, 1925. 

General Orders ] 
No. 5. J 

Section 

Appointments and Assignments of Officers 1 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, II 

Reassignments of Officers Ill 

Transfers of Offijcers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List IV 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, V 

Resignations of Officers VI 

Announcement of Death of Officer, Retired List, P. N. G VII 

Cancellation of Appointment VIII 

Discharge of Officer, Surplus List, IX 

Discharge of Officer, Supernumerary List, X 

Federal Recognition of Officers, XI 

State Recognition of Organization, XII 

Rescission of certain General Orders, XIII 

Amendment of certain General Orders XIV 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Rank. 



Medical Corps. j 
Medical Department. 
Edward Michael Itand, . Colonel, 
Herman Trager, ! 1st Lieut., 

Dental Corps. 
Medical Department. 
Kenneth Mathias Weyand, ; 1st Lieut., 



Field Artillery. 
Richard William Payne,. 



Captain, 



Robert Frederick Waters, Captain, 
George Robbins Shepherd, 1st Lieut., 
Bendrick Monroe Search, 1st Lieut.. 



Eric Hammit Peterson, 
Louis Morton Barry, . . 



Infantry. 

Norman Bruce Wolfe, . 
Reuben Victor Mo.iley, . 
Joseph William Walton, 

William Edward Tucker, 
Luther Gerhart Shelly, . 
Robert W. Springer, . . , 
Floyd Edgar Justice, . . 



2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut, 



Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

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



Date 
of Appoint- 
ment. 



Hank From. 



Feb. 
Feb. 



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



Feb. 24, '25,1 Feb. 24 



Feb. 3, '25,1 Feb. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



3, '25, 
3, '25, 
3, '25, 



Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 



3, '25, Feb. 
3, '25, > Feb. 



3, '25, 

7, '25, 

26, '25, 

10. '25. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



24, '25, Feb. 24, 
3, '23, Feb. 3, 
3, '25, Feb. 3, 



7, 

2fi, 
10. 



'25, 



'25, 
'25. 



'25, 

'25, 



'23, 
'25, 



'23, 



Assignment. 



Iic|,, lOSrd Mod. Regt. 
.Mi'il li'f.. Spec. Trg., 
28th DiT. 



Mod. Oct., 213tb C. A., 
lA.-.\.) 

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

Battery .\, 109th F. A. 

BallLTV D, 107th F. A. 

3ra llii. Hq., 108th F. 
A. as I. P. & T. Of- 
ficer. 

Cattery E, 108th F. A. 
Hatlcry F, 108th F. A. 



Company D, 
Service Co., 
2nd r.n. Ilq. 

Inf. 
Company H, 
Service Co., 
Cum pun V I>, 
SiTviiM- "Co., 



110th Int. 

lllth Inf. 
Co., lllth 

lllth Inf. 

lllth Inf. 

110th Inf. 

lllth In£. 



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II. Kcai poiii'iments and Reassignments of Officers: 



NaniG, 


Rank, 


Date 
of Keappoint- 
ment. 


Rank 


From. 


R€ a s s igTunen t . 


. 


Captain, 


Feb. 














./ fi'iPTi It. Tji-'Ci N iipJ it^ fil ffi 


1, 


'25, 


Feb. 


1^ 


'20, 






































rj />f III-' fi n f >} f Sl'i m vf'll 


Major, 


Feb. 


1, 


•25, 


Feb 


1, 


'20. 


iut^u. jJGt. , luytii ini. 


Vof'Pi'ifiiii'V ^\iT*n'«i 
v t. L 1 1 1 11 ti L \-> o fl 


















Medical Doriartment. 


















Ernest Woodbuni Hoyg, . 


Major, 


Feb. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20, 


Hq., 103rd Med. Eegt. 


lulaiitry. 
















Fred McVoj/, • • . . 


Major, 


Feb. 


1, 


'25, 


Feb. 


1, 


'20. 


1st Bn. Hq., 112th Inf. 


Leo Aloysius Hurjoerty, . . 


Captain, 


Feb. 


1, 


'25, 


Feb. 


1, 


'20, 


Hq.. 109th Inf., as Sup- 
















pl.v Officer. 


Chester Harrison Yotinkin, 


Captain, 


Feb. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20, 


Company G, lOnth Inf. 




Captain, 


Fob. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20. 


Company M, 109th Inf. 


Leonard Leruy j>eininger. 


Captain, 


Feb. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20, 


Company L, lllth Inf. 


William Finn Hallsleaa, . 


1st Lieut., 


Feb. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20. 


1st Bn. Hq. Co., 109tla 












Inf.. as Adjt. 


Cletus Eugene Kile, .... 


1st Lieut., 


Feb. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20. 


Company M, 109th Inf. 


William I'atrick Ilazlett, 


1st Lieut., 


Feb. 


1, 


'25. 


Feb. 


1, 


'20. 


Company E. lllth Inf. 



■ ■ ■ s 

HI. llcassignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old 
Assignment. 


New 
Assignment. 


Date 
of Reassign- 
ment. 


Clarence W. Urban, .... 


1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Btry. A, 109th F. 
A., 

Company E. 112tb 
Inf. 


1st Bn. Hq., lOOtb 
F. A., as I. P. & 
T. Officer. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co.. 
113 Inf., as 
Comdg. Officer, 


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



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



Name. 



Frank A". Buraard, 
iVilliam A. HulT. Jr. 



Bank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Troop E, 103rd Cavalry, 
•Ird Bn. Hq. Co.. 110th Inf. 



Date 
of Transfer 
to Supernum- 
erary List. 



Feb. 
Foi). 



6, 
24. 



•25. 
'25. 



Y. LcaA es of Absence of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


From. 


To. 


William S. McLean, Jr., 
•Lnrris W. WaHnns 


Colonel, 
Major, 

iBt Lieut.. 


Hq., 109th Field Art. 

2nd Bn. Hq.. 103rd En- 
gineers, 

Chaplain, Reetl. Hq., 
103rd Cavslrv. 


Feb. 16, '25, 
Feb. 12, '25. 

June 15, '25. 


Mar. 31, '25. 
Mar. 13, '25. 

Sept. 15, '25. 





VI. Resignations of Officers : 



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Name. 



Rank. 



Edward U. Hand, ' Lieut. Col.. 

Tweed H. Stafford, .... 1st Lieut., 

Floyd W. Coble, 2n<l Lieut., 

Emil A. Wahle, 2nd Lieut., 

Harrington Herr, 2na Lieut., 

Robert If. Thompson. . . 2nd Lieut.. 

Charles W. Arnold 2nd Lieut., 

John A. Apple. _ 2nd Lieut., 

Jianiel J. Began, i 2nd Lient.. 



Organization. 



Hq., 103rd Medical Regiment, 
Howitzer Co., llOtli Infantry, 
Co. A. 12oth Eng. Bn. (Mtd.), 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn.. 108th 
F. A., 

Battery D, 108th Field Artillery, 
Hq. Det., 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
Troop C, 52Dd M. G. Squadron, 
Company F. 110th Infantry, 
r'orapan.v H. 112th Infantr.v. 



Date of 
.Vr-ppliTMnco of 
Resignation. 

Feb. 25, '25. 

Feb. 24, '25. 

Feb. 14, '25. 

Feb. 10, '25. 

Feb. 3, '25. 

Feb. 27, '23. 

Feb. 27. '25. 

Feb. 6, '25. 

Feb. 19. '25. 



VII. Announcement is made of the dentil of Lieutenant Color.el J. Warner 
fFutohins, Quartermaster Corps, Retired List, P. N. G., whicli occurred on Feb- 
ruary 4, 1925. 

VIII. Captain Neal D. Smith, Field Artillery, appointed NoA-ember 28, 1924, 
assisned to Second Battallion Headquarters, 107th Field Artillery, as Adjutant, 
having changed his residence to another state, the aiipointinent is cancelled, as 
of February 8, 1925. 

IX. First Lieutenant WiUium W. Hague, Infantry, Surplus List, is honorably- 
discharged as of December 31, 192-1. by reason of expiration of commission. 

X. Major Charles C. McGovern, Caviilry, Supernumerary List, is honorably 
discharged, as of October 31, 1924, by reason of expiration of commission. 

XI. Federal Recognition of Offiicers : 



Name 


1 RaiLk. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 


Fred T. Piisey, 


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


Company M, 111th Infantry, 
Headquarters Co., 28th Diyision, 
J. A. G. Dept.. S. S. C. & D., 
M. C, Med. Det., Spec. Trs., 
28th Division, 


Dec. 30. '24. 
Jan. 2, '25. 
Nov. 3, '24. 

.Tan. 12. '25. 



XII. State recognition is extended to ^lotor Repair Section No. 105. 2Sth 
Division Train. Q. M. C, located at Gettysburg, Pa., to date from February 16, 
1925. 



XIII. So much of Paragraph III, G. O. No. 1. A. G. O., c. as relates to 
the iissisnment of First Lieutenant Frank J. Fredericks, is rescinded, as of Feb- 
ruary 14, 1925. 



XIV. Paragraph 6, General Orders No. 27. A. G. 0., series 1924, (Page 4), 
relative to dates of inspection of the 112th Infantry, is amended so as to read 
as follows : 



[G. O. 5] 



4 

112th INFANTRY. 



Onita. 



Banrl Section, Service Co., 
2n(l Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 
Company E, 
Company F, 
Company G, 
Company H, 



Date. 



March 12, 192.5, 

March 13, 1925, 

March 13, 1925, 

M.irrh 9, 1925, 

March 10, 1925, 

March 11. 1925. 



Hour. 



P. 
P. 

P. 
P. 
P. 
P. 



M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 



Location of Armory. 



eth & Parade Sts., Erie, 

6th & Parade Sts., Erie. 

6th & Parade Sts., Erie. 

6th & Parade Sts., Erie. 

6th " " " 
6th 



Parade Sts., Erie. 
Parade Sts., Erie. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Oovernor and Gommander-in-GMef. 



Official : 



F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 



~1 

Adjutant. 



[G. O. 6] 



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

■■'^s/.V'i' Harrisburg, Pa., March 26,1925. 
General Orders } . •" ' ' . ' ' ' 

No. 6. ;), : '■:,:f^''- ,:' ,„y ' ,..-v"' ■ 

The following Act of the General Assembly approved March 5, 
1925, is published for the information and guidance of all con- 
cerned: , . , - ■ . 

.,.,,,.,:;./■„■;:":: an act ■ . , • V' 

To amend .sections two and nine; to repeal section ten; to amend section 
stxteen, and section twcnty-tAvo as amended, sections twenty-ttiree, tlilrty- 
one, section thirty-two as amended, section fifty-two, section fifty-four 
as amended, section fifty-seven as amended, and section sixty-flTe of an 
act, approved the seventeenth day of May, one tlxousand nine hundred and 
twunty-o,ie (Pam^jhlet Laws, ei^lit hundi-ed and sixty-nine), entitled "An 
act jiroviding for the organization, government, discipline, maintenance, 
and regulation of the armed land forces of this Conunonwealth. " 

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c.. That section two of an act, 
approved the seventeenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred 
and twenty-one (Pamphlet Laws, eight hundred and sixty-nine), 
entitled "An act providing for the organization, government, dis- 
cipline, maintenance, and regulation of the armed land forces 
of this Commonwealth," is hereby amended to read as follows : 

Section 2. For the purpose of this act, the words "National 
Defense Act" shall be taken to mean an act of Congress, entitled 
"An act for making further and more effectual provision for the 
national defense, and for other purposes," approved by the Presi- 
dent, June third, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and any and all 
acts that may hereafter be enacted amendatory thereof and sup- 
plementary thereto. The word "company" shall apply to and 
indicate the infantry, [headquarters supply] quarter master, cav- 
alry, field artillery, engineer, signal, [field hospital machine gun 
ambulance and field bakery] medical, ordnance, air service, and 
general staff units, corresponding in general organization to a 
conipany of infantry. The words "regiment" and "battalion" 
shall apply to any organization of any arm of the service equal 
in organization to a regiment or battalion of infantrv, as the 
case may be, or so denominated by law. 

Section 2. That section nine of said act is hereby amended 
to read as follows : 

Section D. The medical department shall consist of the medi- 
cal corps, the dental corps, tJie veterinary corps, and the enlisted 
men pertaiiung thereto. The commissioned officers of the medical 
corps shall be proportionately distributed among the several grades, 
and assigned to duty with troops in such number and of such 
grades as may comply with the rules and regulations promulgated 
in relation thereto. The enlisted force of the medical department 
snail consist ot such personnel as may conform, as far as practi- 
cable, to the enlisted personnel now or hereafter provided by law 
or regulations therefor. Original enlistments for the medical 
department shall be made in the grade of private, and reenlist- 
ments and promotions of enlisted men therein shall be governed 
Dy sucn regulations as may be promulgated relating thereto. [The 
t^overnor is hereby authorized to appoint and commission dental 
surgeons at the rate of one for each one thousand enlisted men 
ot the line of the Pennsylvania National Guard. Dental surgeons 
nr;^ Jof? ■ same rank and pay of dental surgeons of like grade 
and service in the Regular Army], 



[G. O. 6] 



2 



Section 3. That section ten of said act is hereby repealed. 

Section 4. That section sixteen of said act is hereby amended 
to read as follows: 

Section 16. General, field, and st:iff corps officers, adjiitants, 
summary courts, and judge, advocates, are hereby authorized and 
empowered to administer oaths and affirmations in all matters 
pertaining to and concerning the Pennsylvania National Guard; 
and all commissioned officers are autliorized and empowered^ to 
administer oaths and affirmations in. the enlistment of soldiers 
for the Pennsylvania National Guard. Any person who shall 
falsely swear or affirm to any oath or affirm.ation before any such 
officer shall be deemed guilty of perjury, and upon trial and convic- 
tion thereof, shall be .sentenced for such offense as provided by law. 

Section 5. That section twenty-two of said act which was 
amended by section two of an act, approved the sixteenth day 
of May, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-three (Pamphlet 
Laws, two hundred and twentj'-sevei),) , entitled "An act to amend 
sections eighteen, twenty-two, twenty-six, thirty-two, thirty-four, 
thirty-eight, fifty-four, fifty-five, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-nine, 
and sixty-one of an act, entitled 'An act pro^dding for the organi- 
zation, government, discipline, maintenance, and regulation of the 
armed land forces of this Commonwealth," approved the seventeenth 
day of May, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one (Pamphlet 
Laws, eight liundred and sixty-nine)," is hereby further amended 
to read as follows : 

Retirement of Officers and Enlisted Men ■ 

Section 22. Commissioned officers wlio shall have served forty 
years, either as an officer or enlisted man, or both, in the Penrt- 
sylvania National Guard, shall, upon application made to the 
Adjutant General, be retired from active service, and placed 
upon the retired lis^t as of the next higher grade ; except a major 
general, whose grade upon, the retired list shall remain the same ; 
and when any commissioned officer is sixty-four years of age, he 
shall be retired from active service, and may be placed upon the 
retired list as of the next higher grade ; except a major general, 
whose grade on the retired list shall remain the same : Provided, 
That service in the volunteer forces of the United States, or in 
the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps thereof, during the War with 
Spain, in, Mexican border service, or in any other Federal service, 
may be included as twice its actual length in computing the forty 
years of service required for retirement. Commissioned officers 
who shall have serAed as such in the Pennsylvania National 
Guard or the Penn.sylvania Reserve Militia, or botli, may, upon 
application to the Adjutant General, be placed upon the retired 
list as of the highest grade such officers may have held in their 
service: Provided. That he shall have held a commission as an 
officer of the Pennsylvania National Guard or the Pennsyhania 
Reserve Militia, or both, for a period of at least ten years in the 
aggregate: Provided further. That service in the volunteer forces 
in the United States Army in. the War with Spain, in Mexican 
border service, in the World War, or in any other Federal service, 
may be computed as of twice its actual length : Provided further. 
That where service in the War with Spain or the World War is 
computed, then such retirement shall be of the next higher grade 
held in the service, except in the case of a major general, when 
the grade shall remain the same. The Governor as Commander- 
in-Chief shall have power, and is hereby authorized, to relieve 
from active service, and place upon the retired list as of the next 
higher grade, any commissioned officer who has served continuously 
in any one grade for fifteen years. The commission of any officer 
so relieved from active duty and placed upon the retired list 
shall be considered terminated and the office held by him as va- 
cated. When an officer has become incapable, from any cause, 
of performing the duties of his office, he may be ordered before an 



3 



[G. O. 6] 



efficiency board, created as herein provided and sitting as a 
retiring board. If he is found disqualified by reason of physical 
disability incurred in the line of duty, he may be retired as of 
the next higher grade, but if he is found disqualified for any otlier 
reason, he shall be retired without increase in grade The action 
of every such board shall be subject to the approval of the hov- 
ernor as Commander-in-Chief. All retired oflicers shall be en- 
titled to wear the uniform of their grade as retired oihcers ot 
the Pennsylvania National Guard on all proper military or semi- 
military occasions. EnlisUd vicit u-ho shall have served thirty 
years in the Pennsylvania National Guard, or loho have heconie 
disqualified l)y reason of physical disahility incurred in the line 
of duty, shall, upon application to the Adjutant General, he re- 
tired from active service and placed upon the retired list as o/ 
the next higher grad.ej and service in the volunteer forces of the 
United States, or in the Army, Navy, or Marine corps thereof, 
during the War toith Spain, in Mexican harder service, in the 
World War, or in any federal service, may he included as twice 
its actual length in computing the thirty years service required 
for retirement: And provided further, That the Governor may 
confer upon any citizen who has been connected with any military 
college located within, and incorporated uuder the lavi's of the 
Commonwealth, and who has had a commission as an officer for 
a period of thirty years or more granted by the Governor in ac- 
cordance with the laws of this Commonwealth, brev et rank of not 
more than one grade higher than the highest rank held by him 
during the term he was so commissioned. 

Section 6. That section twenty-three of said act is hereby 
amended to read as follows : 

Section 23. A commissioned officer responsible for State funds 
or State property or property of the United State, issued to him 
by the Adjutant General or United States property and disbursing 
officer, or acquired by transfer, inventory, or purchase from annual 
allowance of State funds, who may tender his resignation, or 
who may he relieved from command by competent orders of the 
Governor as Commander-in-Chief, and whose accounts are not 
settled, may be relieved from active duty by the Governor as 
Commander-in-Chief, and held as supernumerary pending settle- 
ment of his accounts ; and, when so relieved from active duty, the 
oflSce in which he is commissioned or to wliicli he has been as- 
signed shall be considered as vacated : Provided, That a commis- 
sioned officer so held as supernumerary shall be amenable to court- 
martial for military offenses to the same extent and in like 
manner as if upon the active list. 

Section 7. That section thirty-one of said act is hereby amended 
to read as follows: 

Section 31. Camps of instructions, comlnned with troops of 
the Regular Army and of other States, practice marches, ma- 
neuvers, and other exercises, including the outdoor target prac- 
tice, shall be held at such times and places, and for such organi- 
zations and for such periods, as the Governor as Commander-in- 
Chief may direct, [none of which shall exceed fifteen days in 
any one year] During such tour of duty, an inspection shall be 
made by such officers as may be designated for that purpose by 
the Governor as Commander-in-Chief. For services during such 
tours of duty, commissioned officers shall be entitled to the same 
pay and transportation in kind as officers of like grade of the 
Regular Army are or may hereafter be entitled to by law ; and 
any such payments, not made from Federal funds, [except lon- 
gevity pay] shall be payable from State funds by the Adjutant 
(Jeneral in the usual manner. For services during such tours of 
duty, all enlisted men shall be entitled to and shall receive the 
per diem pay hereinafter prescribed : Provided, That the difference 
between the rate of pay for enlisted men, as hereinafter provided 
in this act, and the amount that may be received from the Federal 
Government at Federal rate of pay, shall be paid from State funds 



[G. O. 6] 



4 



by the Adjutant General in the nsual manner, and, in addition 
thereto, enlisted men shall be entitled to transportation in kind 
and subsistence. 

Section 8. That section thirty-two of said act, which was 
amended by section four of said amending act approved the six- 
teenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-three 
(Pamphlet Laws, two hundred and twenty-seven), is hereby fur- 
ther amended to read as follows : 

Section 32. When the Pennsylvania National Guard, or any 
part thereof, is ordered on active duty by the Governor as Com- 
mander-in-Chief, and pay is authorized for such duty under 
the order prescribing the performance thereof, the commissioned 
otHcers and warrant officers so ordered shall be entitled to the 
same pay and allowance as officers of like grade and length of 
service in the Regular Army of the United States: Provided, 
That no officer shall receive less than the base pay of his grade 
as provided by Federal statute. The grades of enlisted men shall 
be such as the Governor as Comniauder-in-C'hief may, from time 
to time, direct, and shall conform to the grades authorized in 
tables of organization for the National Guard published by the 
War Department. When enlisted men are ordered on active duty 
as above prescribed, their per diem pay shall be [as follows: 
First grade, three dollars and fifty cents ; second grade, three dol- 
lars; third grade, three dollars; fourth grade, two dollars and fifty 
cents ; fifth grade, two dollars ; sixth grade, one dollar and seventy- 
five cents ; seventh grade, one dollar and fifty cents] fifty cents in 
addition to the pay allowed by the Federal Government : Provided, 
That the Federal pay of a private shall not be less than on,e dol- 
lar, and a pi'lvate of the first class, one dollar and fifteen cents; 
and, in case the Federal Government shall, at any time, reduce 
its allowance for a private or a private of the first class below one 
dollar or one dollar and fifteen cents, then the Gommomv.ealth shall 
pay to such private or private of the first class an amount equal to 
the reduction below one dollar or one dollar and fifteen cents, so 
that the total pay of the ijrivate or private of the first class shall 
be respectively one dollar and fifty cents and one dollar and sixty- 
five cents. Tinder such regulations as the Governor as Com- 
mander-in-Chief may prescribe, and [conform] conforminfj with 
tables of organization authorized for the National Guard by the 
War Department, enlisted men of the sixth and seventh grades 
may be rated as specialists, and receive [extra pay per diem as 
follovvS : First class, one dollar and twenty-five cents ; second class, 
one dollar ; third class, seventy-five cents ; fourth class, fifty cents ; 
fifth class, forty cents ; sixth class, fifteen cents] the extra pay per 
diem alloiced by the War Department for specialists. Hereafter 
enlisted men shall receive an increase of ten per centum of their 
base pay for every five years of service in the National Guard, 
or in the United States Army, Navy, or Marine Corps, or for any 
two or more of these services combined: Provided, That sucli 
increase shall not exceed forty per centum of their base pay. All 
payments of per diem pay and service pay shall be made by the 
Adjutant General in the usual m.nnner. No deductions shall 
be made from tlie pay of officers or enlisted men in active service 
for dues or other financial obligations imposed by any by-laws, 
rules, or regulations of a civic character. 

Section 9. That section fifty-two of said act is hereby amended 
to read as follows : 

Section 52. Courts of inquiry, to consist of [one officer] not 
to exceed three officers, may be instituted by the Governor as 
Commander-in-Chief, or the commanding general of the division, 
for the purposes of investigating the conduct of any officer, either 
upon his own request or upon complaint or charge of improper 
conduct as an officer, or for the purpose of settling rank. Any 
court of inquiry, with approval of the convening authority, may 
employ a stenographer to take testimony. Courts of inquiry shall, 
without delay, report a statement of facts to the officer instituting 



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[G. O. fi] 



such court, who may, in his discretion, cause charges to be pre- 
ferred against the accused. 

Section 10. That section fifty-four of said act, wliicli was 
amended by section seven of said amending act. approved the six- 
teenth day of May, one thousand nine liundred and twenty-three 
(Pamphlet Laws, two hundred and twenty-seven), is hereby 
further amended to read as follovi's : 

Section 54. General courts-martial in the Pennsylvania Nation- 
al Guard may be convened by oi'der of the Governor or the Divi- 
sion Commander, and such courts shall have the power to impose 
fines not exceeding two hundred dollars ($200), or to sentence to 
imprisonment in the county jail of the county where the offense 
loas committed for a term not exceeding on,c year, or hofh, [and] 
together with such reasonable costs as they may assess, to senterrfc 
to forfeiture of pay and allowances, to reprimand, to dismissal 
or dishonorable discharge from the service, to a reduction of non- 
commissioned officers to the ranks, or any two or more of such 
punishments may be combined in the sentences imposed by such 
courts: Provided, That sentence shall not become operative until 
after the approval thereof by the appointing power. 

Section 11. That section fifty-seven of said act, which was 
amended by section ten of said amending act, approved the six- 
teenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-three 
(Pamphlet Laws, two hundred and twenty-seven), is hereby fur- 
ther amended to read as follows : 

Section 57. All courts-martial [including summary courts] 
of the Pennsylvania National Guard when not in the active serv- 
ice of the United States, shall have power to sentence to confine- 
ment in [lieu of] case of failure to pay the fines and costs, or 
any part thereof, authorized to b'e imposed : Provided, That such 
sentence of confinement shall not exceed one day for each dollar 
of fine authorized and imposed: Provided further. That the sen- 
tence shall not become operative until after the approval thereof 
by the appointing power. 

Section 12. That section sixty-five of said act is hereby amended 
to read as follows : 

Section 65. All fines and penalties imposed and collected 
through the sentence of courts-martial shall be forwarded to the 
Adjutant General, and by him paid [into the Treasury of the 
Commonwealth] to the commanding officer of the company of which 
the soldier fined loas a memher ; vho shall exjieud and account 
for the same in a manner similar to other funds received from the 
Commomvealth. 



Approved — The 5th day of March, A. D. 1925. 



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

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-Oeneral. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



■ . " [G. O. 7.1 

HEADQUARTERwS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 

THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

, ^ \ ^ Harrisburg, Pa., April 1, I9S5^ 

General Orders ? 
No. 7. i 

SectioJK 

Appointnieiit.s and Assignments of Officers, j 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, U 

Reassignments of Officers jjj 

Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, lY 

Resignations of Officers y 

Federal Recognition of Organization yj 

Federal Recognition of Officers, ! ! ! ! ! VII 

Amendment of certain. General Orders, VIII 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Rank. 



Date of Ad- 
pointment. 



Lewis William Bitner, 

Quartermaster Corps. 
■John Donald Bitner, 

Field Artillery. 
William Waltei- Edson, 
Elmer Joseph Voltz. 

Edwin Montilla Clark, 
Claiiton McElrov. Jr-, 
Joseph Huddcll Roach, 
Charles Henry Ott. Jr-. 
)l illiam Lincoln Stewart, 
Jr., 

Cavalry. 
James Carlton Williams, 
David Earl Moyer, 



Warrant 
Officer, 

2nd Lieut., 



1st Lieut.. 

2nd Lieut. 

2ud Lieut., 

2nfl Lieut. , 

2nd Lieut.. 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut. . 



1st Lieut,. 
2nd Lieut. 



Rank J'rom. 



Assignment. 



Edffar Franklin Hetfner. 2nrl Lieut 

Donald Worner Griffin. 

Infantry. 
Clarence William Urban 



Herbert Otto Dietz. 



2n(l Lieut. 
1st Liput.. 
2nd Lient. 



Mar. 


10, 


•25, 


Mar. 


10. 


•25. 


May 


19, 


'25. 


May 


10. 


•25. 


Mar. 


28, 


•25, 


Mar. 


28. 


'25, 


Mar. 


C, 


'25. 


Mar. 


6. 


•25, 


Mar. 


6, 


'25, 


Mar. 


6, 


'25. 


Mar. 


14. 


'25. 


Mar. 


14, 


'25, 


ilar. 


14. 


'25, 


Mar. 


14, 


'25, 


Mar. 


14. 


•25. 


Mar. 


14, 


•25, 


Mar. 


28. 


•2.5. 


Mnr. 


28, 


'25, 


Mar. 


G. 


'25, 


Mar. 


«. 


'25, 


Mar. 


4, 


'25, 


Mar. 


4, 


'25, 


Mar. 


4, 


'25, 


JIar. 


4. 


'25, 


Mar. 


4, 


•25, 


Mar. 


4. 


'25, 


Mar. 


6. 


'25. 


Mar. 


6. 


•25, 


Mar. 


6. 


'25. 


Mar. 


6. 


•25, 



Service Btry., I07th W. 
A., as Band Lender.. 

Q. M. C, S. S. C. * 0, 



Battery E, 107th F. A.. 
Serv. Btry., 107th P. 
A. 

Btry E, 107th F. A. 
Btry. B. 108th F A 
Btry. D, 108th F. A 
Btry. E, lOSth F. A 
Btry. B, lO'tli F. A. 

Troop F. 104th C«T«lry„ 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hn 

Det., 103rd Car.. c» 

Supply Officer. 
Troop F. 103rd CaTtlry. 

Troop F. 103rd CaTalry. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., llStfe 
Inf. 

Company H. n2tli fof. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers: 
I Name. 



Rank. 



Jfedical Corps. 
Medical Department. 
Thomas Henry SnomwMte, Major. 

Signal Corps. 
Sidney Ale.rander Hager- Lt. Col 
ling. 

Infantry. 

Noah Frank Frailey. Captain. 



Date of Re- « , 
appointment. ! ^^""^ ^'•<""- 



Mar. 1. '25. : Mar. 1, '20. 
Mar. 1. '25. 



Mar. 1. '25. 



.Mar. 1, '20, 
Mar. 1. •20, 



ReassignmeBt. 



Med. Det., 176th F. A. 



Si«. Sec, Hq.. 28t^ 
Div. 



Co. H, 109th InfaatjjK.. 



[G. O. 7.] 2 



III. R-eassignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment, j 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


Joseph W. Geary, Jr.. 

Harvey 8. Reed, 
Edward O. Pennock, 

Oeorge J. Bortle, 

John J. Mullin, 


1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 


Service Battery, 
213tli 0. A.. 

103rd Oliserv. Sq. ; 

Flight A, 103'rff 
Observ. Sq., 

Flight B, 103rd 
Observ. Sq., 

How. Co., 111th 
Inf.. 


Hq., 213th 0. A., 
as Orienteur Of- 
ficer, 

Flight A, 103rd Ob- 
serv. Sq., 

Hq., 103rd Observ. 
Sq., as Communl-i 
cations Officer, 

Hq., 103rd Observ. 
Sq., as Arma-j 
ment Officer, 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., ; 
111th Inf.. 


Mar. 14, '25. 

Feb. 20. '25. 
Feb. 27, '25. 

Feb. 27, '25. 

Mar. 18, '2^ 


IV. Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 


Name. 


Ranis. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Richard E. Womer, 


Captain, 


Headquarters Company, 110th Infantry, 


Mar. 10, '25. 


y. liesign.ations of Officers : 


Name. 


Eaulc. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Acceptance 
of Resignation. 

Mar. 28, '25. 
Mar. 16, '25. 
Mar. 28. '25. 
Mar. 23, '25. 
Mar. 11, '25. 

Mar. 23. '25. 
Hfsir. 20. '95. 
Mar. 17. '25. 


Edward D. Nelson. 
Vavid R. Palmer, 
Paul A. Schubert, 
Clarence S. Marsh, 
Henry A. Loux, 

Harry 0. Wacker. 
John J. Malavich, 
James 8. Williams. 


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

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


Battery E, 108th Field Artillery. 
1st Bn. Hq., 109th Field Artillery, 
Troop E, 103rd Cavalry, 
Battery D, 108th Field Artillery. 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 109th 
F. A., 

Company F, 103rd Engineers, 

103rd Ammunition Train, 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., Illth Infantry, 


VI. Federal Recognition of Organization: 


Organization. 


Date of ^ 
Federal 
Recognition. 


Motor Repair Section No. 105, 28tli Division Train, (Q. M. C), 


Feb. 16, '25. 


VII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 


Name. 


Ranlt. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 


Louis U. Barry. 
Howard E. Bowman. 
Anthony J. Del Camvo. 


2nd Lieut.. 
2nd Lieut.. 
Warrant 
Officer, 


Battery F, 108th Field Artillery, 

Company G, 112th Infantry, 

Service Battery. 108th Field Artillery, 


Feb. 3, '25. 
Jan. 2, '25. 
Jan. 21, '25, 



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Name. 



Charleg F. Ellinger, 
Russell ■]. Bnaleka, 
Donald W. Oriffin. 
Harlo TV. HigbV, 
Floyd E, Justice. 
Henry C. Miller. 
Reuben V. Moslev. 
David E. Mover, 
Richard W. Payne. 

Eric H. Peterson. 
Hendrick M. Search, 
Luther G. Shelly, 
George R. Shepherd, 
^ftiHp C. Shoemaker, 
Lambert M. Smith, 
Robert W. Springer. 
Donald B. Stees, 
Herman Traqer, 
William E. Tvclcer, 
Joseph W. Walton. 
Robert F. Waters. 
Kenneth M. Weyand, 
Norman B. Wolfe, 




Organization. 



Date of 
Federal 
Becognitlon. 



Q. M. C, S. S. C. & D., 
D. C, Med. Det., llOtli Infantry, 
Troop F, 103rd Cavalry. 
Service Battery, 107th Field Artillery, 
Service Company, 111th Infantry. 
Battery F, 176th Field Artillery, 
.Service Company, 111th Infantry. 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 103rd Cavalry, 
1st Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 108th 
P. A., 

Battery E. 108th Field Artillery. 

3rd Bn Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 

Service Company, 111th Infantry, 

Battery D. 107th Field Artillery. 

Troop A, o2nd M. G. Squadron. 

1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 104th Cav., 

Company D, 110th Infantry. 

3r(l Bn. Hq.. 108th Field Artillery, 

M. C, Med. Det., Spec. Trs.. 28th Div., 

Company H. 111th Infantry, 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 1 11th Infantry. 

Battery A. 100th Field Artillery, 

D. C. Med. Det., 213th C. A. (A.-A.), 

Company D. 110th Infantry, 



Dee. 


30, 


'24. 


.Ian. 


23, 


'25. 


Mar. 


4. 


'25. 


Jan. 


2. 


'25. 


Feb. 


10, 


'25. 


Jan. 


12, 


'25. 


Feb. 


3, 


'25. 


Mar. 


4, 


'25. 


Feb. 


3. 


'25. 


Feb. 


•3. 


'25. 


Feb. 


3. 


'25. 


Feb. 


7. 


'25. 


Feb. 


3. 


'25. 


Jan. 


20. 


'25. 


Jan. 


2. 


'25. 


Feb. 


26, 


'2,5. 


Nov. 


28. 


'24. 


Feb. 


24, 


'25. 


Feb. 


3. 


'25. 


Feb. 


3, 


'25. 


Feb. 


3, 


'25. 


Feb. 


24. 


'25. 


Feb, 


24. 


•25. 



VIII. Amendment of certain General Orders : 

So much of Par. Ill, O. O. No. 23, A. G. O., series 1924, as pertains to 
Second Lieutenant Ralph J. Bradford is amended to read "Headquarters, 103rd 
Observation Squadron, a.s Transportation Officer," instead of "Flight B, 103rd 
Observation Squadron," as of March 11, 1925. 

So much of Par. IX, G. O. No. 1, A. G. O.. c s., as pertains to Clinton T. 
Bundy is amended to read "Lieutenant Colonel" instead of "Colonel," and ta 
date from "November 28, 1924," instead of "November 28, 1925." 

Paragraph 6, G. O. No. 27, A. G. O., series 1924, relative to dates of inspection, 
is amended so as to I'ead as follows: 



Units. 



Troop A, 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
105th Motor Repair Section. 
Company B, 111th Infantry, 
Company C, 111th Infantry. 
Headquarters. 103rd Med. Rest.. 
Service Co, (less Band), 103rd 
P Regt.. 



Med. 



Date, 



Hour. 



April 
April 
April 20 
April 22 
March 10, 



11. 1925. 
13. 1925, 
1923, 
1925, 
1925, 



March 19, 1925. 8 



00 P. M., 
00 P. M. 
30 P. M. 
30 P. 
00 P. 



M. 
M. 



P. M,, 



Location 
of Armory. 



Boalsburg. 

Gettysbure. 

Chester. 

Chester. 

Coraopolis. 

Coraopolis, 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 



Official : 



F. D. BEABY, 
Adjutant -Oeneral. 



Adjutant. 



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HEADQUARTEES PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD. . : -. 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 

Harrisburg, Pa. May 1, 1925. 

General Orders } 

No. 8. J ■ • 

Section 



• Appointments and Assignments of OfiBeers, I 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers II 

Reassignments of Officers, HI 

Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List IV 

Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve, V 

Resignations of Officers, VI 

Federal Recognition of Officers, VII 

Redesignation of National Guard Field Artillery Units, VIII 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 

Barl Herb Redhorn^ 
Herman Chester White, 
John Francis Corcoran, 



itnnk. 



Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 



Date of Ap- 
pointment. 



Apr. 21, '25. 
Apr. 21, '25. 
Apr. 25. '25. 



Rank From. 



Apr. 21, '25. 
Apr. 21, '25. 
Apr. 25, '25, 



Assignment. 



Med. Det., 109th Ini. 
Med. Det., I(l3rd CaT. 
Med. Det.. 176th F. A. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers • 



Name. 


Bank. 


Date of Re- 
appointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Reassignment. 


Ordinance Department. 














Samuel Dnvit Foster, 


Lt. Co]., 


Apr. 


1, '2.'i. 


Apr. 


1, '20. 


Ord. Dept., S. S. C. 
D. 


Field Artillery. 












William Howard Sturgeon, 
Elmer Rufgell Emerick. 


Captain, 
Captain. 


Apr. 
Apr. 


1, '25. 
1, '25. 


Apr. 
Apr. 


1, '20. 
1, '20. 


Hq., 107th F. A., 

Adj. 

Battery D, 107tli 
A. 



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III. Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Michael J. Kane, 

Orville F. Devlin, 

Roy L. McGrew, 

Walter C. Dunn, 

Park B. McOandless, 
Russell G. Hodgkinson, 

Eoscoe S. Beaver, 
Louis J. Mcrk, 
Malcolm 8. Bakin, 
Theodore P. Coates, 



Rank. 



i Old Assigiuucut. 



Captain, 

1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

let Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
l.st Lieut., 

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



3rd Bn. Hq. Dct. 
& Comb. Tn., 
ITUtli F. A., 

Btry. B, 107th 
F. A., 

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

Ist Bn. Hq. Det. 
& Comb. Tn., 
17Sth F. A., 

Btry. A, 176th 
F. A., 

Btry. E, 176t]i 
F. A., 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 

lOgth Inf., 
Co. F, 109th 

Infantry, 
Btry. D, 170th 

F. A., 
Btry. F, 176th 

F. A., 



New Assignment. 



1st Bn. Hq., 176th 
F. A., as Adjt. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 107th 

F. A., as I. P. 

& T. Oflicer, 
2nd Bn. Hq., 176th 

F. A., as I. B. 

& T. Officer, 
Btry. A, 176th F. 

A., 

Btry. D, 176th F. 
A., 

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

Co. K, lOflth Inf., 

Co. E, 109th Inf., 

Btry. A, 176th F. 
A., 

3rd Bn. Hq.. 176th 
F. A., as I. P 
& T. Officer, 



Date of Re- 
assignment 



Apr. 


15, 


'25. 


Apr. 


15, 


•25. 


Apr. 


15, 


'25. 


Apr. 


13, 


'25. 


Apr. 


15, 


'25. 


Apr. 


15, 


'23. 


Apr. 


28, 


•25. 


Apr. 


6, 


'25. 


Apr. 


15, 


'25. 


Apr. 


25, 


'25. 



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



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Rohert 
Samuel 
Henry 


C. S impson, 
Evans, Jr., 
C. Hicks, 


Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 


Battery 
Troop B 
Company 


A, 176th Field Artillery, 
103rd Caralry, 
K, 109th Infantry, 


Apr. 13, '25. 
Apr. 6, '25. 
Apr. 28, '25. 



V. Transfers of Officers to National Guard E,esen'e: 



Name. 



Wilbur a. Barker, 
Merrill F. Hummel, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 



Organization, 



1st. Bn. Hq., 107th Field Artil'ery, 
Headquarters, 104th Cavalry, 



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



Mar. 31, '25, 
Apr. 6, '25. 



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VI. Resignations of Officers : 



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Name. 



Guernald A. Trout, 
Arlington A. McCallum, 
Emanuel O. Beck, 
William W. Frazier, 3rd, 
Faimon H. 8. Clay, 
James H. Burrows, 
Clifford A. Miller, 
Harvey 8. Ecetl, 
^rancis H. McKnight, 
Arthur 31. Capper, 
Daniel M. TimmenSj 
Stanley Gordon, 



Rank. 



1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
l.st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2ncl Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Organisation. 



103rd Ammunition Train, 
Chaplain, Hq., 213th C. A. (A. -A.), 
Battery A. 213th C. A. (A.-A.), 
Hq., 52nd Cavalry Brigade, 
Company K, 109th Infantry, 
M. C, Med. Det., 109th Inf., 
Company A, 112th Infantry, 
Flight A, 103rd Obsery. Sq., A. S., 
Battery F, 107th Field Artillery, 
Battery F, 176th Field Artillery, 
2iid Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 104th Cav. 
Company G, 109th Infantry, 



Date of 
Acceptance 
of Resignation. 



Apr. 


7, 


'25. 


Apr. 


15, 


'25. 


Apr. 


9, 


'25. 


Apr. 


25, 


'25. 


Apr. 


28, 


'25. 


Apr. 


6, 


'25. 


Apr. 


28, 


'25. 


Apr. 


6, 


'25. 


Apr. 


28, 


'25. 


Apr. 


25, 


'25. 


Apr. 


13, 


'25. 


Apr. ^ 


21,^ 


'25. 









VII. Federal recognition of officers : 



Name. 



John D. Bitner, 
Lewis W. Biltner, 

Edwin 31. Clark, 
Herbert 0. Dietz, 
William W. Edson, 
Samuel Glenn, 
Frederick H. Hall, 

Edvjard M. Hand, 
Clayton McElroy, Jr., 
Charles H. Ott, Jr., 
Joseph H. Roach, 
Harry W. Roihins, 
William L. Stetoari, 
Clarence W. Urban, 
Elmer J. Voltz, 
James C. Williams, 



Raiik. 



2nd Lieut., 

"Warrant 
Officer, 
2nd L:eut., 
2nd Lieut., 
1st Lieut.. 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

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



Organization. 



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

Service Btry., 107th F. A., 

Battery B, 107th Field Artillery. 
Company H, 112th Infantry, 
Battery B, 107th Field ArtiUerv, 
V. C, Med. Det., 107th F. A., 
2nd Bn. Hq. Det. & Comb. Tn., 107th 
F. A.. 

M. C, Hq., 103rd Medical Regt., 
BatteiT B, 108th • Field Artil'.ery. 
Battery E, lOSth Field Artillery. 
Battery D, lOSth Field Ai-tillery, 
Troop D, 103rd Cavalrr, 
Battery B. 107th Field Artillery, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th Inf.. 
Service Btrj'., 107th P. A.. 
Troop F, 104th CavaliT. 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Mar. 


19, 


'25. 


Mar. 


10, 


'25. 


Mar. 


6, 


'25. 


JIar. 


6, 


'25. 


Mar. 


28, 


'25. 


Jan. 


23, 


'25. 


Jan. 


13, 


'25. 


Feb. 


14, 


'25. 


Mar. 


14, 


'25. 


Mar. 


14, 


'25. 


Mar. 


14, 


'25. 


Dec. 


29, 


'24. 


Mar. 


28, 


'25. 


Mai-. 


6, 


'25. 


Mar. 


6, 


'2.5. 


Mar. 


6, 


'25. 



VTII. Pursuant to Section II, Circular No. 9, Militia Bureau, dated March 
21, 1925. all units now designated as '"Headquarters Detachment and Combat 
Train" of Field Artillery Regiments are redesignated as "Headquarters Battery and 
Combat Train" of Field Artillery Regiments, all such redesignations to be effective 
May 1. 1925. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-Generol. 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 9.J 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
. , . . THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 
■ "S- . ' ; Harrisburg, Pa., May, 18, 1925. 

General Orders, ) , i r -i 

No. 9. i ^ ' ' : ■ 

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 detiveen June 1st and June 15th, 1925, and icUl 
cover the fiscal yea/t- ending May 31, 1925. The Report of Ar^ 
mory Rent will te made on Form No. 6, A. G. O., and the Report 
of Annual Allowance on Form No. 5, A. G. O., and disbursements 
as credits on said reports to he made on Form No. ^0, A. G. O. 
The specific instructions contained upon the blank forms of re- 
port must be strictly complied with. The Annual Allowance 
Report -nill be filed by all Commanding Officers who have re- 
ceived Annual Allowance moneys, and the Armorj^ 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 88. The necessary military expenses ot general, divi- 
sion, brigade, regimental, and separate battalion headqiiarters, in- 
cluding 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- 
sand dollars ($4,000) per annum for the division, five hun- 



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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 to May 31, 1924, and in most cases the Annual Al- 
lowance to organizations for the year ending May 31, 1925, was 
not paid in full on account of insufficient appropriation, which 
deficiency will be covered in the next bienniurn. 

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 Ofiicer at each 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 ALLOWANCES TO COMPANIES OF INFANTRY 
BATTERIES OF ARTILLERY, TROOPS OF t^AVALRY, 
ENGINEER COMPANIES, SIGNAL TROOPS, ETC. 

Section 84, 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- 
derd dollars or more than a maximum sum of seven hundred and, 
fifty dollars per year; for mountel or motorized troops, at the 
rate of fifteen dollars ($15) per man per year: Povided, 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 reportel on May thirty-first of each 
year. Newly organized units shall receive a pro rata share of 



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the above-named allowance for the poitiou of the fiscal year in 
whif-b tliey 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 
ofKcer 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, squadi'on 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 properly of the 
organization or the indi\'idual members thereof. No portion of 
any allowance made by the State to any organization shall be 
expended in porcuring 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 Commonweatlh. 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 l^rovided for herein, and under 



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

This armory rent has been paid in full to May 31, 1925, to 
all organizations entitled thereto. 

PENALTY FOR EMBEZZLING, MISAPPLYING, OR IM- 
PROPERLY RETAINING POSSESSION OF 
■ , . .. ... STATE MONEY. H^,>i:,i^.' 

Section 39, Act of Assembly approved May 17, 1921, provides : 
"Any commissioned ofiicer or enlisted m.an 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 fur 
other like offenses under the penal code of this State." 

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

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

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

Commanding officers at Headquarters through which reports 
are fonvarded will carefully examine same, see that all vouchers 
submitted are properly and fully accomplished, and reports made 
in compliance with this order, and v.'ill familiarize themselves 
with financial condition of the respective organizations, 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 itemised 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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b. Articles or stores purchased from State moneys, and not 
expendable in character, will be charged to State property 
account of the organizations in The Adjutant-General's OiBce 
and accounting officer so advised. 

c. Expenditures made from Annual Allowance account for siib- 
sM.ence in camp, except in case of subsistence provided fov 
advance details detailed to erect camp, will not he 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 shoio 
p.eriod for u'Jiich 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 monkey. In 
other words. Rifle Practice commutation although paid on ac- 
count of rifle practice qualification, should be treated as addi- 
tional Annual Allowance and used to augment the annual al- 
lowance account. 

f. In cases where accounting ofiicers 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 accounting 
officers, the same vrill bei 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 eov.ering payment of Armory Rent 
must shoic period for lohich payment is made. 

h. In cases where a commanding oflicer 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- 



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nished to each officer paying such assessment, by the officer to 
whom the assessment 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 cases where an accounting officer files a voucher covpriiuj 
payment to himself for sun&ry expenditures, suh-vouchers sup- 
porting such expenditures must be filed ivith the voucher. 

j. All vouchers must be fully itemized, and made as self-explan- 
atory as possible. A list of authorized expendiiures is found on 
the brief of Form JfO, A. Q. 0. Authority for other expendi- 
tures must first he obtained from the Adjutant-General. 

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. ' .,.;->:. ;^YVv;-,., i r! i 3 ^*'V?.W - -V/SiW - • ' ' 

IV. 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 allowan.ce for fiscal year ending May 31, 192fi. 

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, 1925 ; the balance of the 
Annual Allowance for the same fiscal year less charges account 
of surveys or otherwise, will be paid if possible during June, 1925. 
Any delay however must not interfere with the filing of financial 
reports, which will only account for funds actually received to May 
31, 1925. The balance of the Annual Allowance, when received, 
will be accounted for on report to be filed for the fiscal year ending 
May 31, 1926. 

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, 1925. src^fxi;' np 



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By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEAKY, 
The Adjufant-Oeneral. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



:. [G. O. 10.] 

'-■ HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD 
.. THE AD.JUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., Jxine 1, 1925. 

General Orders \ . 
No. 10. J 

Section 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers, I 

Reappointments and Eeassignments of Ofiicers II 

Transfers of Officers to National Guard Resei-ve, Ill 

Discharge of National Guard Reserve Officer, IV 

Resignations of Officers, V 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, VI 

Federal Recognition of Officers, VII 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Thomas McFarlane, 
Giiaplain. 


Warrant 
Officer, 


May, 


29, 


'2.'5, 


May 


29, 


'25, 


Henry Moeller Prentiss, 


Captain, 


May 


5, 


'25, 


May 


5, 


'25, 


Dental Corps, 
Medical Department. 
















"iVllliQtn Perry, 


CflT^+fl in 


May 


22, 


■25, 


May 


22, 


'25, 


Signal Corps. 
















William Edgar Frame, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


2, 


•25, 


May 


2, 


'25, 


Engineers. 
















Guy Edgar Parsons, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


5, 


'25, 


May 


5, 


'25, 


Benjamin Irving Levine, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


5, 


'25, 


May 


5, 


'25, 


Coast Artillery Corps. 
















George Brewer Earnhardt , 


1st Lieut., 


May 


8, 


'25, 


May 


8, 


'25, 


Field Artillery. 
















John Ralph Dauh, 
Wilmer Schanz Trinkle, 


Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 


May 
May 


2, 
2, 


•25, 
'25, 


May 
June 


2, 
30, 


'25, 
•22, 


Beverly Randolph Shriver, 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


2, 


•25, 


May 


2, 


•25, 


^Charles Chester Bailey, 
Edward Clark Houser, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


May 
May 


'7, 
8, 


'25, 
'2.5, 


May 
May 


7, 
8, 


'25, 
•25, 


Edward Brinton Smith, 
Jr., 

Howard Stanley Judd. 
Robert Charles Vmlauf. 


2nd Lieut., 


May 


8, 


'25, 


May 


8, 


'25, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


May 
May 


9, 
28, 


'25, 
'25, 


May 
May 


9, 
28, 


'25, 
'25, 


Cavalry. 
















Harvey George Bintrtm, 

Kirk Swing, 

Walter Lee Poorman, 


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


May 
May 
May 


2, 
8, 
21, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25, 


May 
May 
May 


2 
8, 
21, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25, 


Moderwell Kirkpatrick 
Sal en, 

George William Schubert, 
Donald Isaiah Berger, 


Ist Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


May 

May 
May 


22, 

8, 
14, 


'25, 

'25, 
'25, 


May 

May 
May 


22, 

8, 

14, 


•25. 

•25, 

'25, 



AssigTinient. 



Service Co., 110th Inf., 
as Band Leader. 



Hq., 213tll C. A. (A.- 
A.) 



Jled. Det.. lllth Inf. 



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



Company F, lOSrd 

Engrs. 
Co. A, 125th Eng. Bn. 



Service Btrr., 213th O. 
A. (A.-A.) 



Batterv F, in7th F. A. 
Hci,, 108th P. A., as 

Liais(m Officer. 
Service Bti-y., 107th P. 

A. 

B.ittery B, 107th F. A. 
103rd Ammuuition 
Train. 

Battery D, 108th F. A. 

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



Troop A, 104th Car. 

Troop A, lO.Srd Cav. 

Troop A, 52nd M. G. 
Sq. 

Hq., 28th Div., as 
Aide. 

Troop B, 103rd Cav. 

Troop E, 103rd Cav. 



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Name. 



Infantry 

Roscoe S/mojj Beaver, 
George Theodore Roosevelt 

Wicker, 
Walt-rr George Fielding, 
Charles Kirk Mitchell, 
Ralph McHenry,! 
Jacol) ilillcr Brown, 
Harry Jacob Crawford, 
Carl Clarence Vovght, 
Ralph PHrnell Cluley, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2na Ldeut., 
2nd liieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 



Date of Ap- 
pointment. 



May 27, '25, 
May 2, '25, 



May 22 

May 2 

May 2 

May 5 

May 5 

May 8 

May 27 



'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 



Bank From. 



May 27, '25, 

May 2, '25, 

May 22, '25, 

May 2, '25, 

May 2, '25, 

May 5, '25, 

Mav 5, '25, 

May 8, '25, 

May 27, '25, 



Assignment. 



Company K, lOOtli Inf. 
Hq. Co., llOtli Inf. 



Company K, 
How. Co., 
Company F, 
Company L, 
How. Co., 
Company A, 
Company B, 



111 til Inf. 

llOtii Inf. 

110th Inf. 

a09tli Inf. 

liOtli Inf. 

109th Inf. 

llltli Inf. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Bank, 


Date of Re- 
appointment. 


Bank 


From. 


Reassignment. 


iajutant-General's 
Department. 


















Jere Mentzer teaman, 
Richard White Watson, 

Henry Aaron Reninger, 


Colonel, 
Lt. Col., 

Major, 


May 
May 

May 


1, 

1, 

1, 


•25, 

•25, 

'25, 


May 
May 

May 


1, 
1, 

1, 


'20, 
'20, 

'20, 


A. G. D., S. S. C. & D 
Adj. Sec., Hq., 28th 
Dir. 

A. G. D., S. S. C. & D. 


[iuartennaster Corps. 


















Edward Harry Schell, 
Lewis Albert Anshutz, 


Lt. Col., 
Major, 


May 
May 


1, 
1, 


•25, 
•25, 


May 
May 


1, 
1, 


'20, 
'20, 


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


Field Artillery 


















John Vincent Thompson, 
infantry. 


Captain, 


May 


1, 


•25, 


May 


1, 


•20, 


Hq. 53rd F A. Brig., 
as P. & T. Officer, 
B-3. 


Raymond Earl Goodrldge, 
Joseph Gerald Ward, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


May 

May 


1, 
1, 


'25, 
'25. 


May 
May 


1, 
1, 


•20, 
'20, 


Company H, 110th Inf. 
Service Co., 109th Inf. 



III. Transfers of Oflieers to National Guard Reserve : 



Name. 


Rank. 

Major, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Organization. 


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


Rutherford L. John, 
Ri'sscll S. Dctwiler, 
Clarence L. Tlngwall, 


M. C, Med. Det., 111th Infantry, 
M. C. Med. Det., 109th F. A., 
Company I, 112th Infantry, 


May 15, '25. 
May 29, '25. 
May 15, '25. 


IV. Discharge of National Guard Reserve Officer : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Arm of SeiTice. i 

I 


Date of 
Discharge. 


Frank L. Mueller, 


Major, 


Quartermaster Corps, i 

i 


May 2, '25. 



3 

Y. Resignations of Officers : 



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Name. 



Russell G. Witman, 
Harry A. Holmes, 
Walter A. Knerr, 
Wilson Baien, 
WilUam A. Wagstaff, 
Edward M. Moore. 
Robert E. Herioig, 

William J. Connors, 



Rani. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2nfl Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut.. 
W.irrant 

Oflicer, 
Wanant 

Officer, 



Organization. 



51. C, Med Det., lOSrd Engrs., 
Btrj'. D, lOTtli F. A., 
Company K, 111th Infantry, 
Company B, 10.3rd Engrs., 
Battery D. 213tli 0. A. (A.-A. ), 
Company K, llOtli Infantrj'. 
SeiTice Bti-y., 213tli C. A. (A.-A.), 

Ser\'ice Company, llOth Infantry, 



Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 



May 


9, 


'25. 


May 


4, 


'25. 


May 


12, 


•25. 


May 


21, 


'25. 


Ma.v 


27, 


'25. 


Slay 


12 


'25. 


May 


2.1, 


'25. 


May 


15, 


'25. 



VI. Leaves of Absence of OfEcers :• 



Name. 



William O. Price, Jr., 

Harry N. Bassler, 
Philip W. Burgee, 
Mortimer S. Ashton, 



Rant. 



Major 

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



Organization. 



Pi'om. 



Hq., 28tll Division, 

Hq., 104th Cavalry, 
Battery D, 17Cth E. A. 
Hq., 112th Infantry, 



To. 



May 16, '25,1 June SO, '25. 

•Tune 27, '25.1 Sept. 10, '25. 

.Tune 1, '25, July 1, '25. 

May 24, '25, .Tune 7, '25. 



VII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Harvey O. Bintrim, 
Jacob M. Brown, 
Harry J. Crawford, 
William E. Frame, 
Benjamin I. Levine. 
Ralph McHenry, 
Charles K. Mitchell, 
Earl H. Rcihorn, 
George W. Schubert, 
Herman O. White, 
George T. B. Wicker, 



Rank. 



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



Organization. 



Troop A. 104th CavaliT, 

Company L, lOOtli Infantry, 

Hnv.-itzer Co., llOth Inlauti-y, 

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

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

Company F, 110th Infantry, 

Howitzer Co., llOtii Inf. 

M. C. Med. Det., 109th Inf., 

Troop E, 103rd Cavalry, 

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

Hq. Co., 110th Infantry, 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



I'lay 


2, 
5, 


'25. 


May 


'25. 


May 


5, 


'25. 


May 


2 


'25. 


May 


s! 


'25. 


May 


2, 


'25. 


May 


2, 


'25. 


Apr. 


21, 


'25. 


May 


8, 


'25. 


Apr. 


21, 


'25. 


May 


2 


'25. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Oovernor and Commander-in-Chief 



Official : 



F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 



Adjutant. 



.•'■n.!'n; 



.1 ' 



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[G. O. 11] 



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

' ' ■ ' Harrisburg, Pa., June 3, 1925. 

General Orders? ' ' , , . , 

No. 11. s "' 

' ' ' • . ■■ : ^- Section 



Annual Field Training, Pennsylvania National Guard, . . I 

Advance and Rear Detachments, II 

Strength Requirements and Pay and Allowances for Field 

Training, Ill 

Designation of Camp Commanders, IV 

Requisitions for Clothing and Equipment, V 

Preparation of Camp Site, at Mount Gretna VI 

Designation of Motor Transport Ofncer, at Mount Gretna, VII 

Camp Supplies, VIII 

Transportation, IX 

Commutatio'T of Rations en Route to Camps, X 

Report of Absentees, XI 

Subsistence XJI 

Preparation of Pay Rolls, XIII 

A,ccidents XIV 

Hospitalization, XV 

Annual Physical Examination of Officers, XVI 

Field Training, Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve, . . XVII 



I. ANNUAL FIELD TRAINING, PENNSYLVANIA 
NATIONAL GUARD.— Pursuant to the provisions of Section 92, 
National Defense Act, approved June 3, 1916, as amended June 
4, 1920, encampments for instruction in field training and tai-got 
practice of the Pennsylvania National Guard will be held during 
periods scheduled in G. O. No. 4, A. G. O., c. s. 

Where practicable, all organizations, except the advance de- 
tachments, will leave their home stations on dates specified as tlie 
first day of their encampment, and all organizations, except the 
rear detachments, will leave camp so as to arrive at their homo 
stations on the dates of the expiration of the encampment period 
in each ease. 

II. 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 
authorized and cannot be exceeded : 

(1) For regimental or similar organizations, the Service 
Company, 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 
company 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. 

III. STRENf^TH REOUTREMENTS AND PAY AND 
ALLOWANCES FOR FIELD TRAINING. — Particular attention 
is in-vitf^d to the requirements of Paragraphs 110 and 932, National 
Guard Regulations, 1922, as changed by Changes Nos. 3, 4. 19 
and 22, respectively, which will govern. Any units not conform- 
ing with these requirements will not attend camp. 



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Pay and allowances at Army rates, as provided for in Sec- 
tions 02 and 94, National Defense Act, is authorized, and will 
be i)aid by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer for the 
encampment periods as scheduled. 

Officers claiming rental allowances will be required to furnish 
a certificate in duplicate that their dependents were not occupying 
public quarters during the period for which the pay is claimed. 
Blank forms for this purpose will be furnished by the U. S. 
Property ar>d Disbursing Officer at the encampments and will 
be submitted with the Federal pay roll. (Dependents includes 
a wife, minor children, or a mother). 

Regimental or similar organization commanders will bo fur- 
nished by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer with blank 
forms for distribution prior to encampments to officers for use 
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 OF CAMP COMMANDERS.— Major 
General WiUiani G. Price, Jr., is charged with the training oP 
all units of the Pennsylvania National Guard at the several 
camps and will make all necessary arrangements, etc. Ho 
is designated Gamn Commander, at Mount Gretna, from .July 
11th to August 8th, 1025. and will make all necessary arrange- 
ments for program of instruction and issue all orders pertaining 
to the discipline and training of the various organizations during 
their tour of field duty. 

Brigadier Hpneral John P. Wood is designated Camp Com- 
mander, at Mount Gretna, from August 8th to 22nd, 1925. 

Brip"idier OpTieral OhiirnJiill B. MpJiarrJ will be in comman'l 
of all Fiel'l Artillery Regiments of the Pennsvh-fiTiia N'^tional 
Guard at Tobyhnnna. from .July ISHi to August 15th, 1925. 

The above Tiamed officers will issue such orders as m.ay be 
necessary to carry these orders into effect. 

V. REOITTSTTIONS FOR CLOTTTING AND EOUIP 
MENT. — It is important that all renuisitions for clothing and 
equipment necessarv to properly clothe the men and equin the 
organi7:ntion for field training be submitted on Form O. M. G. 
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 encamnment periods, in order that de- 
livery may be definitely assured. 

When requisitions are made for property to replace articles 
which have become unsei-viceable through fair wear and tear 
in the public service, the unserviceable property must be shinned 
to the State Arsenal by freight, on Government Bill of Lading, 
to be furnished by the U. S. Pronertv and Disbur;-:ing Officer. 
Commanding Officers, when requesting bills of lading, will stnt<^ 
the number of boxes, bundles, crates or packages, and furnish 
a list showing the contents and weight of each item. 

Shipping ticket prepared on Form Q. M. 0. No. 260, in 
triplicate, to cover unserviceable i)roperty returned, will have a 
signed cej-tificate placed thereon, stating the length of time the 
property was in use. and that it was worn out through fair wear 
and tear in the military service. Requisition, prepared on Q. 
M. C. Form No. lf>0, in duplicate, must accompany such shipping 
ticket if replacement is desired. 

Shipping ticket, prepared on Q. M. C. Form No. 2(50, in tripli- 
vate. with an expenditure certificate thereon to cover medicines 
and surgical dressing consumed during the year, must accompany 
the requisition, in duplicate, for medicines and surgical dressings 



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for replenisliing 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 replenish- 
ment requisition can be authorized other than by survey. This 
provision also applies to veterinary supplies, instruments and 
appliances. 

Surplus property in possession of an organization will be 
returned 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. Ricks, Q. M. C, Superintendent, State Mili- 
tary Reservation, will prepare the Military Reservation for the 
encampment, and will make all necessary arrangements fur the 
supply of motor and wagou transpoi-tation 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, Q. jM. C, Com- 
manding 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 from .July 10th 
to August 9th, 1925. 

VIII. CAMP SUPPLIES.— Major Leo A. Luttringer, Q. M. 
C, U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer, will arrange all con- 
tracts 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 en- 
campments 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, or both, of all troops to the designated 
places of encampment and return to home stations, and will 
furnish each commanding officer with a train schedule governing 
the movement of his command. U. S. Government Transporta- 
tion Requests will be used. The travel directed is necessarj^ 
in the military 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. Govern- 
ment Transportation Requests and Bills of Lading v-'ill be fur- 
nished 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 for 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 appropriate 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- 



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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 IS hours or over in a travel status — one whole day. 

(c) 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 at 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 Disbursing Officer, who will make a refund of the amount 
actually expended, but in no instance to exceed forty (.40) cents 
per meal. 

Unit commanders making such purchases will place a signed 
statement on the certificate, in cases where the total amount of 
purchases is less than $100.00, to the effect that there was no- 
personal profit in the transaction, and in cases where such pur- 
chases exceed $100.00 an afiidavit to the same etfect mil be 
furnished. 

A copy 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, 
who will divide the number of meals purchased en route during 
the first day of the camp period by three, and the result, rep- 
resenting the number of rations, will be deducted from the ration 
return, and the supply ofiicer 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 membei'S of his command, and immediately after 
arrival in camp will submit to the regimental or separate battalion 
commander, for transmission to the instructor assigned to duty with 
the organization, a detailed list of absentees, showing the cause of 
absence in each ease. 

XII. SUBSISTENCE.— Rations in kind will be furnished 
for the periods as scheduled by the U. S. Property and Disbursing 
Officer for the encampments at Mount Gretna and Tobyhanna, 
and will be issued for five day periods, with the exception 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, 
including rations lor two days for advance detachment, properly 
signed by the Adjutant, and approved by the Commanding Offi- 
cer, will be presented to the Subsistence Supply Officer at the camp 
by the commanding officer of the advance detaehme;'t, so that 
rations may be regularly issued for use by advance detachments 
and be available upon the arrival of the organization at the 
encampment. 



% [G. O. 11] 

Any rations issued dnrinj? 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 vi'ill be deducted from the ration return of the or- 
ganization for the second five day period. 

Rations will be procured by the Supply Officer of the 213th 
Coast 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 
triplicate, of the person, firm or corporation furnishing the sup- 
plies, with certificate of receipt by the purchasing officer stating 
purchase was made for immediate consumption and for the en- 
listed men of the 213th Coast Artillery (A. -A), will be for- 
warded to the 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 213th Coast Ar- 
tillery (A. -A.) for the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer. 

Similar arrangements for the procurement of rations and 
camp supplies will be made by the Commanding Officer, 28th 
Tank Company, Special Troops, 2Sth Division, at Camp Meade, 
Maryland, and by the Supply Officer, 103rd Observation Squad- 
ron, Air Service, 28th Division, at Langley Field, Virginia. 

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

(a) Five copies (one original and four carbons) of pay 
rolls will be accomplished on Forms W. D. Nos. 378 and 378a, 
which vAl\ be furnished by the U. S. Property and Disbursing 
Officer at the encampment. 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. 

(c) Page 1, of Form W. D. No. 378, must have the cer- 
tificate signed and oath completed on all copies. The U. S. 
Mustering Oflicer will sign the Mustering Officer's certificate on 
the original, second and fourth carbon copies, and the State 
Mustering Oflicer will sign the first and third cai'bon 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. Where longevity 
pay is claimed by officers a remark will be placed in column 
5 "Longevity pay claimied for blank (i. e. 3, 6, 9, etc.) years 
rcommisioned service" ; and where claimed by enlisted men; 
"Longevity pay claimed for blank (5, 10, 15 or 20) years service." 

(e) Immediately after muster of the unit, all copies of the 
pay roll will be submitted to the U. S. Property and Disbursing 
Oflicer, who will enter thereon the amount of U. S. Pay due 
eaoh 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, together with sei'vice pay, if claimed, due 
each enlisted man. ' ■ - ' - ^ ■ • 



[G. O. 11] 



6 



(g) One copy, showiug 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 the check of the State Treasurer for the total amount 
of State Pay due on the pay roll. 

Organization and unit commanders will arrange for the ap- 
pointment of non-commissioned officers, in all cases where possible, 
prior to encampment periods, thereby reducing the change of 
status of enlisted men during such periods to a minimum, which 
will eliminate the necessity for remai'ks on payrolls, assure more 
rapid computation of the amounts due and the payment thereof. 

Attention is in%'ited to Paragraph 932 (e). National (Juard 
Regulations 1922, which requires an officer or enlisted man be 
present at an encampment during at least one-half of the number 
of days authorized for attendance of the organization in order 
to qualify for pay. Leave of absence to an officer or furlough 
to an enlisted man will not be granted unless such otiicer or 
enlisted man is qualified for pay, and then only under the most 
extenuating circumstances. Deserters apprehended will not be 
forwarded to camps unless sufficient days of the encampment 
period remain to permit them to qualify for pay. No state funds 
are available for pay of officers or enlisted men not qualified 
under this regulation. 

(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 a!ul State Pay will be %\'ithheld 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 aiccomplishment 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 \Vorkmen's Compensation 
Act of 1915 to all enlisted men injured in line of duty. Com- 
pensation will only be paid in cases not provided for under 
Section XV of this order. 

XV. HOSPITALIZATION.— Only such cases as require 
medical or surgical treatment of a nature that cannot be adminis- 
tered or performed at the encampment will be sent to ci\'ilian hos- 
pitals for treatment. This action will be taken only on the recom- 
mendation of the Division Surgeon, or, in the absence of the 
Division Surgeon, on the recommendation of the senior Medical 
Corps Officer of the regiment or similar organization. Report 
of hospitalization 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 hospitaliza- 
tion. In case of extraordinary emergency Mount Gretna cases 
will be sent to the Good Samaritan Plospital, at Lebanon, and 
in cases less urgent they will be sent to the Lancaster General 
Hospital, at Lancaster. Tobyhanna cases will be sent to the 
State Ilospiial of the Northern Anthracite Coal Region, at Scran- 
ton. Expenses of hospitalization will be settled by the U. S. 
Property and Disbursing Otiicer in accordance with the provisions 
of Article XVII-K, National Guard Regulations, 1922, as changed 
by Changes Nos. 7, 20, 21 and 24. 



7 



[G. O. 11] 



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 officers. 

The Commanding General, 53rd Field Artillery Brigade, -^-ill 
similirly arrange for the animal physical examinations of officers 
at Tobyhanna, the Commanding Officer, 213th Coast Artillery 
(A. — A.), for officers at Fort Monroe, the Commanding Officer, 
28th Tank Company, Special Troops, 28th Division, for officers 
at Camp Meade, and the Commanding Officer, 103rd Observation 
Squadron, Air Service, 28th Division, for officers at Langley 
Field. 

These examinations will be completed at such times as will 
not interfere with the training program. All officers who have 
been examined subsequent to I)ecember 31, 1924, for either orig- 
inal or promotion appointments, need not be examined. Neces- 
sary blank forms (M. B. No. 63) will be furnished by the Com- 
manding General, 28th Division. Original copy only is required. 

All examinations will be passed upon as to their completeness 
according to existing regulations by the Division Surgeon before 
forwarding to The Adjutant General. 

XVII. FIELD TRAINING— PENNSYLVANIA NATION- 
AL GUARD RESERVE.— Funds available for field training of 
the National Guard are limited, and no officers or enlisted men 
of the Unassigned Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve can be 
authorized to attend camps as contemplated by Paragraph 191, 
N. G. R., 1922. 



By order of GIETORD PINCHOT, 

Oovernor and Gominandcr-in-Ghief. 

F. D. BBARY, 
Adjutant-Oeneral. 

Otfeial : 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 12] 



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



I. Complying with the request of the President that the De- 
fense Test be held on July 4, 1925, units of the Pennsylvania 
National Guard will arrange to mobilize in their respective ar- 
mories between the hours of 12 :01 A. M. and 12 :00 noon on 
July 4, 1925. 

II. Unit Commanders can take credit for this assembly for 
the armory drill for the calendar week ending July 4th pro- 
vided that credit for a drill so taken does not exceed the number 
of authorized drills of one per week for the last quarter of 
the fiscal year 1924-1925. 

III. Where local demonstrations are being held on this date, 
units of the National Guard should arrange, if possible, to par- 
ticipate. 

IV. Immediately upon completion of the mobilization, records 
will be forwarded, through the Division Commander, to this office 
by mail, on blank forms which will be furnished through this 
office by the Corps Area Commander. 

V. In connection with the participation in Defense Test Day 
it is recommended that every National Guard officer read care- 
fully Army Regulations 120-10 and 130-10. 

VI. Where practicable appropriate action towards arousing 
local interest in National Guard units should be taken and ad- 
vantage of this mobilization should be taken to inform every 
local community of the history of the local National Guard in 
connection with national defense in the past and everyone made 
acquainted with the future possibilities of national defense through 
a strong National Guard. 



Harrisburi 



■g. Pa., June 15, 1925. 



General Orders, 
No. 12. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



(G. O. 13) 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSTLYAXIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
\ THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 



General Orders ) 
No. 13 \ 



Harrisburg, Pa., Jul}/ 1, 1923. 



Section 

Appointments and Assignments of Officers I 

Reai-'pointmeuts and Reassignments of OtKcers 11 

Reassignments of Officers Ill 

, Detail of Officers ly 

Officer relieved from duty y 

Officer detailed for duty yi 

Transfers of Officers to Unassigned ( S'upernumerary ) List' YII 

Transfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve YIII 

Transfer of Officer to Retired List IX 

Resignations of Officers X 

Leave of Absence of Officer XI 

Federal Recognition of Officers XII 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Henry Washington Bress- 
ler. 

Medical Administrative 
Corps, Medical De- 
partment. 
Nathaniel Nathanson, 

Medical Corps. 
Medical Department. 
Henry Lipscomb Klein, 

Jeremiah Jennings Sulli- 
van, 

Coast Artillery Corps. 
Siobert Raymond Hoff- 
man, 

Field Artillery. 
Daniel Webster Kinsey, 
August Reinhardt Weis- 

haar, 
John ilostyn Davis, 



Cavalry. 
William WJialen, Jr., 
Effingham Buckley Mor- 
ris, Jr., 
Horace Gustie Geisel, 

Luther Martin Wise- 
haiipt. 



Rank. 



Warrant 
OfRcer. 



1st Lieut., 

Captain, 
Captain, 

■2nd Lieut., 



1st Lieut., 
lot Lieut., 

2nd Lieut., 



Ist Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut., 

2nd Lieut. 



Bate of Ap- 
pointment. 



Rank From. 



Assignment. 



June 26, '25. June 26, 



June 26, 



June 5, '25, 



June 22. 
June 30, 



'25, 
'25, 



June 16. '25, 



June 10, 

June 16, 

June 22, 

June 10, 



'25, 
'25, 

'25, 

'25, 



Service Btry.. 213th 
C. A. (A.-A.), as 
Band Leader. 



June 26. '25. . Service Co., 
Med Regt. 



June 26, '25, June 2 
June 30, '25 



103rd 



25, Med. Det., 103rd 
\ EngTS. 
June 30, '25. Hosp. Co. No. 107, 
103rd Med. Regrt., 
as Comdgr. Officer. 



June 5, '25, 



June 22. '25, 
June 30, '25, 

Dec. 27, '21, 



June 10, '25. 

June 16, '25, 

June 22. '25, 

June 10. '25, 



Service Btry., 213th 
C. A. (A.-A,). 



Battery A, 107th F. A. 
Battery D, 107thF.A. 

1st Bn. Hq. Btry & 
Comb. Tn., 107th 
F. A. 

Troop E, 103rd Car. 
Hq. Tr.. 52nd Cav. 
Brig. 

Hq., lOlth Cav., as 
I. P. & T. Officer 

Troop C. 52nd M. G. 
Sq. 



(G. O. 13) 



2 



Name. 

Ralph Robert Leedy, 

Craivford Clark Madeira, 

Samuel Wagner, Jr., 

Infantry. 
George Theodore Roose- 
velt Wieker, 
Edgar Lynn Grouse, 
Harold Joseph Mathis, 
Clifton Meryl Howard, 
Arthur Huvies Tompkins, 
Frederick Christian Rice, 

James Vincent Scalise, 
Joseph Calvin Peacock, 
George Cassett, 
Charles William Thorpe, 
Lewis Murray Llewellyn, 



Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Assig'nment. 


2nci Lieut. 


June 


10, 


'25, 


June 


10, 


'25, 


2nd Sq. 


Hq. & 


Hq. 
















Det., 104tli Cav., as 
















Supply 


Officer 




2nci Lieut., 


June 


16, 


'25, 


June 


16, 


'25, 


Hq. Tr., 


52nd 


Cav. 
















Brig. 






Cornet, 


June 


22 


'25, 


June 


23 


'25, 


Hq. Tr., 


53nd 


Cav, 
















Brif. 






Captain, 


June 


10, 


'25, 


June 


19, 


'25, 


Hq. Co.. 


110th 


Inf. 


1st Lieut., 


June 


19, 


'25, 


June 


19, 


'25 


Co. C, 


llOth 


Inf. 


1st Lieut., 


June 


19, 


'35, 


June 


19, 


'25i 


Co. I, 


112th 


Inf. 


1st Lieut., 


June 


22 


'25, 


June 


22 


'25, 


Co. A, 


112th 


Inf. 


1st Lieut., 


June 


26', 


'35, 


June 


36', 


'25, 


Co. L, 


111th 


Inf. 


3nd Lieut., 


June 


10, 


'35, 


June 


10, 


'25, 


28th M. 


P. Co., 


Spec. 
















Tre., 38th Div. 


2nc! Lieut., 


June 


19, 


'25, 


June 


19, 


'35, 


Co. I, 


112th 


Inf. 


2nci Lieut., 


June 


19, 


'25, 


June 


19, 


'35, 


Co. D, 


110th 


Inf. 


2nd Lieut., 


June 


22 


'35, 


June 


22 


'35, 


Co. 0, 


llOth 


Inf. 


2nd Lieut., 


June 


O.I 


'35, 


June 


22' 


'25, 


Hq. Co., 


110th 


Inf. 


2nd Lieut., 


June 


26', 


'35, 


June 


26', 


'25, 


Co. L, 


111th 


Inf. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers: 



Name. 



Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
Albert Newton Cole, 

Quartermaster Corps, 
William Little Hicks, 

Infantry, 
Walter Cornelius Rhodes, 



Rank. 



Major, 
Captain, 
Ist Lieut., 



Date of Re- 
appointment. 



Rank From. 



June 18, '25, Jiuie 18, '20, 



June 26, '25, 
June 11, '25, 



June 26, 20, 
June 11, '30, 



Reassignment. 

Med. Det., 108th F. A. 
Q. M. C, S. S. C.&D. 
Co. K, 110th Inf. 



III. Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Russell M. L. Hershey, 



Henry G. 
George C. 



Sparks, 
DeMott, 



frank E. Gearhart, 
Joseph E. Shaio, 



Charles P. 
Frank M. 
Howard S. 
Haines A. 
Jr., 



M. Simpson 
Guss, 
Judd, 

Machesney, 



Howard E. Bov:man, 



Rank. 



Captain, 

Captain, 
1st Lieut. 



1st Lieut. 
1st Lieut. 



Ist Lieut., 
1st Lieiit., 
2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 



^nd Lietit. 



Old Assig'nment. 



Battery A, 107th F.A. 

Battery D, 108th F.A. 
I. P. & T. Officer, 

1st Bn. Hq., 107th 

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

Comb. Tn., 107th 

F. A., 
3nd Bn. Hq. Btry. & 

Comb. Tn., 108th 

F. A., 
Btry. A, 176th P. A., 
Co. E, 112th Inf., 
Btry. F, 107th F. A., 
Btry. B, 176th F. A., 



Co. G, 112th Inf. 





Date 


of 


Re- 


New Assignment. 


assignment. 


1st Bn., Hq., 107th 


June 


5, 


'25. 


F. A., as Adjt., 








Hq. Btry.. 108th F. A., 


June 


30, 




1st Bn. Hq. Btry. & 


June 


17, 


•25. 


Comb. Tn. 107th 








F. A., 








1st Bn. Hq., 107th F. 


June 


17, 


'25. 


A., as Liaison 








Officer. 








Btry. D. 108th F. A., 


June 


30, 


•35. 


as Comdg. Officer, 








Btry. E, 176th F. A., 


June 


1, 


•25. 


Co. F, 112th Inf., 


June 


23 


'35. 


Btrv. E, 107th F. A., 


May 


9,' 


25. 


1st Bn. Hq. Btry. & 


June 


1, 


'25. 


Comb. Tn., 176th 








F. A., 








Co. E, 113th Inf., 


June 


6, 


'25. 



3 



(G. O. 13) 



IV. The following oflacers assigned to Headquarters Troop, 52nd Cava- 
lry Brigade, are detailed to duty with Headquarters, 52nd Cavalry Brigade, as 
follows : 

First Lieutenant Effingham B. Morris, Jr., as I. P. & T. Officer, as of 
June 16, 1925. 

Second Lieutenant Crawford C. Madeira, as Signal Officer, as of 
June 16, 1925. 

Cornet Samuel Wagner, Jr., as Adjutant, as of June 22, 1925. 



V. First Lieutenant Oiiy M. WitUains is relieved from duty as Com- 
manding Officer, Quartermaster Detachment, Quartermaster Corps, State Staff 
Corps and Depatments, as of June 19, 1925. 



VI. Captain Roliert D. Jenkins is detailed as Commanding Officer, 
Quartermaster Detachment, Quartermaster Corps, State Staft Corps and De- 
partments, as of June 19, 1925. 



VII, Transfers of Officers to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numery List. 


Erroll B. Hay. 
Walter S. Yahn, 
Joseph W. Walton, 


Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Hq. Battery, 108th Field Artillery, 

Company F, llSth Infantry, 

3nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 


June 30, '25. 
June 23, '25. 
June 13, '35. 


VIII. Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve : 


Name. 


Bank. 


- Organization. ' 


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


Erroll B. Hay, 
Joseph W. Walton, 
^heron H. Keenan, 


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


Hq. Battery, 108th Field Artillery, 
3nd Bn. Hq. 111th Infantry, 
Company L, 111th Infantry, 


June 30, '25. 
June 13, '35. 
June 35, '35. 


IX. Transfer of Officer to Eetired List : 


Name. 


Retired 
Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Retirement. 


Thomas S. Crago, 


Colonel, 


(Formerly Lt. Col., 10th Inf.), 


June 30, '35. 



(G. O. 13) 



X. Eesignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Charles P. StafiTj 
Anton Lohmiller, 

Jeremiah J. Sullivan, 
William W. Edson, 
Harry W . Rohbins, 
George M. May, 
Howard S. Judd, 
Nathaniel NathdnS07i, 
James E. Frew, 



Rank. 



Mai or, 
Captain, 

1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut.. 
2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
2iid Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
3nd Lieut. 



Organization. 



Hosp. Co. No. 107. 103rd Med. Reg-t., 
Surplus List (formerly Q. M. C. S. S. C. 
& D.). 

Hosp. Co. No. 107. 103rd Med. Reg-t.. 
Battery E, 107tli Field Artillery. 
Troop D, 103rd Calvalry, 
Battery E. 213th Coast Artillery (A.-A.), 
Battery E, 107th Field Artillery. 
Service Co.. 103rd Medical Reg-iraent, 
Company B, llOtli Infantry. 



Date of 




Acceptance 


of 


Resignation. 


June 29, 


'25. 


June 12, 


'25. 


June 29. 


'25. 


May 8. 


'25. 


June 30. 


'35. 


June 18, 


25. 


June 30, 


25. 


June 25. 


25. 


June 30. 


'25. 



XI. Leave of absence from June 1, 1925, to August 5, 1925, inclusive, 
is granted Captain Charles t^. Wunder, Battery E, 107th Field Artillery. 



XII. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Charles G. Bailey, 
George B. Barnhardt, 
Roscoe S. Beaver, 
Doyiald I. Berger, 
John R. Daub, 
Walter G. Fielding, 
EdVKird C. Houser, 
Howard S. Judd, 
William Perry, 
Moderwell K. Salen, 
Beverley R. Shriver, 
Edward B. Smith, Jr., 
Kirk Swing, 
Wilmer S. Trinkle, 
Robert C. Umlauf, 







Date of 




Rank. 


Organization. 


Federal 








Recognition. 


2nd Lieut. 


Battery B, 107th F. A., 


M ay 


7, 


25. 


1st Lieuf., 


C. A. C, Service Btry., 213th C. A.. 


May 


8, 


25. 


Captain, 


Company K, 109th Infantr.v, 


May 


27, 


'25. 


2nd Lieut. 


Troop E, 103rd Cavalry, 


May 


li. 


25. 


Captain, 


Battery F, 107th F. A., 


May 




35. 


1st Lieut., 


Company K. 111th Infantry, 


May 


22! 


'2.5. 


2nd Lieut. 


F. A., 103rd Ammunition Train. 


May 


8. 




2nd Lieut. 


Battery F, 107th F. A., 


May 


9, 


25. 


Captain, 


D. C, Med. Det., 111th Infantry, 


May 


22, 


25. 


1st Lieut., 


Cav., Hq., 28th Division, 


May 


32, 


25. 


2nd Lieut., 


Service Battery, 107th F. A., 


May 


2, 


'25 


2nd Lieut.. 


Battery D, 108th F. A., 


May 


8. 


•25. 


1st Lieut., 


Troop A, 103rd Cavalry. 


May 


8. 


'25. 


■2nd Lieiit., 


Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 


May 


22 


'25. 


2nd Lieut., 


Battery D, 107th F. A., 


May 


28! 


'25. 



By order of GIFFORD PINGHOT, 

Oovernor and Commander-in-Chiefs 



Official : 



D. BEARY, 

A dju tan t-General. 



Adjutant. 



[G. O. 14] 



HEADQUARTERS PEiNNSYEVAiNilA NATIONAL, GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GBNERAXr'S OFFICE. 

Harrisburg, Pa., July 6', 19-25. 

General Orders, ) 

No. 34. f ■ ^ ]. 



Section 

Restrictions on Armory Drills for the National Guard 
for ihe Fiscal year 192S (from July 1, 1925, to June 
30, 1926) . I 

Maximum Limit of Strength of Units II 



I. OBy direction of the Secretary of War, and pursuant to 
instructions contained in Militia Bureau Letter, dated July 9, 
1925 (:M. :B. 240.91 Gen. — ^54), all unit commanders of the Penn- 
sylvania National Guard are informed that no Federal pay- 
ments will be made for the Fiscal year 1926 for any armory 
firills in excess of 24 per unit in the first half year, and 
12 per unit in each of the third and fourth quarters, a total of 
4S drills per unit during the fiscal year. The drills autlwrizod 
herein are inclusive of the Annual Armory Inspection. 



II. Until revoked or otherwise changed, the instructions 
contained in letter of the Adjutant General dated AprU 16, 
1925, quoting Mihtia Bureau Letter dated April 14, 1925, (M. B. 
.325.44 Gen. 13), will govern as to maximum strength allowed 
units of the Pennsylvania National Guard during the fiscal 
year 192G. No unit will be recruited to exceed the strength 
reported on February 28, 1925. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Coinma7ider-in-Chief. 

' - F. D. BEARY, 

' ;, , . , . The Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



(G. O. 15) 



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



Harrisburg, Pa., July 20. 1925 

General Orders, ) 

No. 15, ) ■ 



Section 

Preparation of Camp Pay Rolls . . . . , I 

I. A recent decision of the Treasurer of the Commonwealth 
of Pennsylvania requires a copy of all vouchers upjn which 
payments are made to be filed in that office, and in urder to 
conform therewith Sub-Paragrapihs (a) to (e), inclusive, of Sec- 
tion XIII, G. O., No. 11, A. G. O., c. s., is amended to read as 
follows. 

(a) Six copies (one original and five carbons) of pay rolls 
•will be acoomplisihed on forms W. D. Nos. 378 and 378a, which 
will be furnished by the U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer 
at the encampment. No other form will be accepted. All car- 
bon 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, third, fourth and 
fifth carbon copies will have all signatures typewritten in the 
spaces provided for the signatures as to receipt of pay. 

(c) Page 1, of Form W. D. No. 378, must have the certifi- 
cate signed and oath completed on all copies. The U. S. Mus- 
tering Officer will sign the Mustering Officer's certificate on 
the original, second and fourth carbon copies, and the State 
Mustering Officer will sign the first, third and fifth carbon 
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 fifth carbon copies of the payroll. Wliere longevity 
pay is claimed by officers a remark will be placed in column 5 
"Longevity pay for over blank (i. e., 3, 6, 9, etc.) years service"; 
and where claimed by enlisted men "Over blank (i. e., 5, 10, 15 
or 20) years service". 

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

By order ot GIFPORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

P. D. BEART, 
The Adjutant -General, 

Official: 



Adjutant 



(G. O. 16) 



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



General Orders } u • i, < ^ < ym- 

•j^tq I - ... - , ■. . Harnsburg, Pa., August 1, 192o. 

■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ Section 

Appointments and Assignments of OlBcers I 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers II 

Appointment of Officer. Penna. N. G. Reserve, • Ill 

Reassignments of Officers IV 

Transfers of Officers to L^uassigned (Supernumerary) List, ■.. V 

Transfer of Officer to N. G. Reserve, VI 

Resignations of Officers VII 

Leaves of Absence of Officers ■ . VIII 

Announcement of Death of Officer, Retired List, IX 

Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and Property, X 

Federal Recognition of Officers ■ . . XI 



1. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 

Quartermaster Corps. 
Frank Anderson Mc- 

Kenry, 
Irvin Ray Schwartz, 

Medical Administrative 
Corps, Medical De- 
partment. 

Rohert Ransom Palmer 



Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
Charles Patterson Stahr, 
Martin Wesley Freas. 
Norwin Lester Kerr, 

Air Service. 
George Earl DeCoursey , 

Engineers. 
Harold Brandenhurg . . 
Lever, 

Coast Artillery Corps. 
Charles Jerome Shinier, 
Ralph 3Iissimer Alten- 
derfer, 

Field Artillery. 
William Bernard Reilly, 

Joseph Edward Shaw, 
Victor Pandia Ralli, 

Morris Scott Verner, Jr. 
Ralph Eugene Hendee, 



Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assig'nment. 


Lt. Col., 


July 


18, 


•25, 


July 


18, 


'25, 


Hq., 28th Div. 


3nd Lieut., 


July 


11. 


'25, 


July 


11, 


'25, 


Wag:. Co. No. 105, 
















28th Div. Tn. 


Captain, 


July' 


o 


'23, 


July 


2, 


'25, 


Amb. Co. No. 108, 
















103rd Med. Regrt. 


Lt. Col.. 


July 


o 


'25, 


July 


2, 


'25, 


Hq., 103rd Med. Reg-t. 


Captain, 


July 


ii! 


'25, 


July 


11, 


'25, 


Med. Det.. 109th Iiif. 


Captain, 


July 


11, 


'23, 


July 


11, 


'25, 


Med. Det., 110th Inf. 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


14, 


'25, 


July 


14, 


'25, 


Flig-ht A. 103rd 0^- 
















serv. Sq. 


2nd Lieut.. 


July 


13, 


'25, 


July 


13, 


'25, 


1st Bn. Hq.. 103rd 
















Engrs., as Adjt. 


3nd Lieut., 


July 


7, 


'25, 


July 


7, 


'25, 


Btry. D. 213th C. A. 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


14, 


'25. 


July 


14, 


'25, 


Btry. A. 313th C. A. 


Lt. Col., 


July 


15. 


'25, 


July 


15, 


'25, 


Hq., 107th Field 














Artillery. 


Captain, 


July 


7, 


'25, 


July 


7, 


'25, 


Btry. D, 108th F. A. 


Captain, 


July 


15, 


'25, 


July 


15, 


'25, 


1st Bn. Hq.. 17t!th 
















F. A., as Adjt, 


2nd Lieut.. 


July 


o 


'25, 


July 


2, 


'35, 


Btry. E, 107th F. A. 


2nd Lieut.. 


July 


7, 


'25, 


July 


7, 


'25, 


1st Bn. Hq., lOSth 
















F. A., as Liaison 
















Officer. 



(G. O. IG) 



2 







Date 


ol 


Ad- 












Name 


Rank. 


pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assignment 




Cavalry. 


2nd Lieut., 


















Jeremiah Francis Neil! 


July 


9, 


'25, 


July 


9, 


25. 


Trnon R 1 0Mrfl 


Cav- 


Jr.. 
















R.lry , 




Infantry. 


Captain, 
















Frank Miland Guss, 


July 


O 


'35, 


July 


o 


'25, 


Co. F. 112th 


Inf. 


r V I VVA, 1 1 If \J 1 ft' It V f_t (' t C' 1 J 


Ist Lient., 


July 


o 


'35, 


July 


2,' 


'25, 




Cr, 




1st Lieut., 














109th Inl. 




-'-J.^-^^ \y vt- \J K. KJ I ,vC J. t If it t vf Xy t 


July 


o 


'25, 


July 


o 


'35. 




Tnf 


Scivxuel IrVaJtcr Hamilton, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


2 


'25. 


July 


o 


'35. 


3rd Bn. Hq. 
110th Inf. 


Co., 


JOf^iies Benedict liloore 


Ist Lieut., 


July 


2 


'25, 


July 


O 


•35. 


Co. C, 113th 


Inf. 


Sowarcl Ebenezer Bow- 


1st Lieut. 


July 


2 


'25, 


July 


2, 


'35 


Co. E, 113th 


Inf. 


i^ian 

FranJc A.loyious Itlcows'lcy , 




















1st Lieut., 


July 


7. 


'25, 


July 


7, 


'25, 


Co. B. 111th 


In5. 


Myer Paul Cohejt, 


2na Lieut., 


July 


o 


■25, 


July 


o 


'35, 


.3rd Bn. Hq. 
110th Inf. 


Co., 


Mortimer Hamilton Os- 


SntJ Lieut., 


July 


14, 


'25, 


July 


14, 


■35, 


Hq. Co.. 111th 


Inf. 


home. 


















Arthur Milton Baeckel, 


3nd Lieut.. 


July 


18, 


•25 


July 


18, 


'25, 


38th M. P. Co., 


Spec. 


















Trs., 38th Div. 


Leo Edward Neary, 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


20, 


'25 


July 


30, 


'35, 


Co. P, 109th 


Inf. 


William Perry McWil- 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


23, 


•35 


July 


23, 


'35, 


Co. B, 110th 


Inf. 


liama. 


















Michael Warren, 


2nd Lieut., 


July 


30, 


'35, 


July 


30, 


'25, 


Howitzer Co., 111th 


















Inf. 





II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers: 







Date 


of 


Ap- 










Name. 


Rank. 


pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Reassignment. 


Chaplain. 


















James Julian Bingham, 


Ist Lieut., 


July 


10, 


'35, 


July 


10, 


•20, 


Hq., 108th F. A. 


Mortimer Stacy Ashton, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


10, 


'25, 


July 


10, 


'30, 


Hq., 113th Inf. 


John Harvey Lee, 


Ist Lieut., 


July 


24, 


'25, 


July 


24, 


'30, 


Hq., 103rd Cav. 


Quartermaster Corps. 


Captain, 






■25, 


July 








John Coolbaugh. 


July 


10, 


10, 


'30, 


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


Medical Conss, 


















Medical Department. 


Major, 






'25, 


July 


6, 


'20, 




John Edward Marshall, 


July 


6, 


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


Field Artillery. 


Captain, 














Hq., 108th F. A., as 


William, Price Dice, 


July 


O 


'35, 


July 


O 


'30, 












Adjt. 


George Winterton Mayer, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


29, 


'35, 


July 


29, 


'30, 


1st Bn. Hq., 107th F. 














A., as I. P. & T. 


















Officer. 


Infantry. 


















Ralford Baily Purman, 


Captain, 


July 


■7, 


'35, 


July 


7, 


'30, 


Co. K, 110th Inf. 


William Carl Spirko, 


Captain, 


July 


14, 


'35 


July 


14, 


•30, 


Co. E, 110th Inf. 


Sinclair Kenneth Yarring- 


Captain, 


July 


16, 


'35, 


July 


16, 


'20, 


Co. E, 109th Inf. 


ton. 


















Fred Hollis Kelley, 


Captain, 


July 


36, 


'35, 


July 


26, 


'20, 


Co. A, 111th Inf. 


William Delvini Forsyth, 


1st Lieut., 


July 


39, 


'35, 


July 


29, 


'20, 


Co. H, 113th Inf. 



III. Under the provisions of Par. 175, National Guard Regulations, 1922, 
Wilbur Stuart Barker, (Daupliin County), is appointed a Major of Field Ar- 
tillery, Pennsylvania National Guard Reserve, to date from July 24, 1925, ■with 
rank from July 24, 1925. 



3 

lY. Reassignmeiits of Officers : 



(G. O. 16) 



Xame. 



Amos K. DuBell, 
James K. 31. Hueb- 
ner, 

John B. Folej/, Jr., 



William J. Griffith, 
Jr.. 

James S. Hogg, 
George W. flayer. 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Ist Lieut. 



1st Lieut. 



1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut,, 
1st Lieut., 



Old Assig'ninent. 



Hq., lO.SrdMed.Regrt., 
Communications Offi- 
cer. Hq., 5.3rd F. 
A, Brig-., 
Aide, Hq., 53rd F. A. 
Brig-., 



Intelligence Officer, 
B-3, Hq., 5.3rd F. 
A., Brig-., 

Med. Det., 103rd 
EngTS., 

Btry. C. 107th F. A., 



New Assignment. 



Med. Det.. 111th Inf.. 

Hq.. 53rd F. A. Brig., 
as Intelligence Of- 
ficer. B-2, 

C. O., Hq. Btry., 53rd 
F. A. Brig., and 
Communications Of- 
ficer, Hq., 53rd F. 
A. Brig., 

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

Med. Det., 55th Inf. 
Brig., 

1st Bn, Hq., 107th F. 
A., as I, P. .t T. 
Officer, 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



July- 11, 
July 1, 

July 1, 



July 1, 

July i3, 
July 14, 



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



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Elmer B. Emerick, 
Michael J. Kane, 
Robert B. Moore, 
Merritt C. Davis, 
Timothy M. Cleary, 


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


Battery D. 107th Field Artillery, 

Adjt., 1st Bn. Hq., 176th F. A., 

Troop C, 103rd Cavalry, 

Company C, 113th Infantry, 

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


July 14, '35. 
July 3, '35. 
July 30, '35. 
July 31, '25. 
July 7, '35. 



YI. Captain Milton F. D'Eliscii is relieved from duty with Third Battalion 
Headquarters, 108th Field Artillery, and transferred to the National Guard 
Eeserre, under the provisions of Par. 169(a), N. G. R., 1922, as of July 21, 1925. 



YII. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Robert R. Palmer, 
Charles P. M. Simpson, 
John C. Ritchie, 
Cyrus L. Johnson, 
Lloyd C. Pike, 
Isaac R. Samuel. 
Kenneth N. Mehaffle, 
Andrew E. Fletcher, 
John B. McCormick. 




1st Lieut., 
Ist Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
Ist Lieut,, 
2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
8nd Lieut. 



Organization, 



Amh. Co. No. 108. 103rd Med. Regt., 
Battery E, 176th P. A., 
Med. Det., 108th F. A., 
Troop D, 103rd Cavalry. 
Troop C. 104th Cavalry. 
Service Co.. 109th Infantry, 
Troop A, 52nd M. G. Sq., 
Company F. 113th Infantry, 
Hq., 107th Field Artillery, 



Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 



July 1, '35. 
July 15. '25. 
July 14, '25. 
July 15, '25. 
July 30, '25. 
July 15, '25. 
July 7, '25. 
July 16, '25. 
July 7, '25. 



YIII. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



Name, 



Fred T. Pusey, 

John W. Converse, 
John H. Blackinan, Jr., 
Emile C. Geyelin, 
William J. Raeder, 

Manning W. Dodson. 



Rank. 



Colonel, 

Lt. Col., 
Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 

2nd Lieut,, 



Organization, 



J. A. G. Dept., S. S. 

C. & D., 
Hq., 103rd Cavalry, 
Hq., 109th F. A., 
Hq., 28th Division, 
3nd Bn. Hq., 109th 

Inf., 

Co. H. 111th Inf.. 



From. 



July 39, '25, 



July 1, 
July 15, 
July 18, 
July 18, 



'35, 
'25, 
'35, 
'25, 



July 6, '35, 



To. 

Nov, 15, 

Aug. 7. 
Sept. 15,' 
Sept. 15, 
Aug, 1, 

Aug. 38, 



(G. O. 16) 4 

IX. Announcement is made of the death of Major Evan H. Russell, 
Infantry, Retired List, P. N. G., which occurred on February 19, 1925. 

X. Acceptance of Resignations of OtHcers responsible for Funds and 
Property : 



Name. i-'J-r- 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Acceptance of 
Resignation. 


Samuel Evans. Jr., 
Josenh -R- Sitler, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Unassig'ned (Super.) List, (Formerly 

Troop B, 103rci Cavalry), 
Unassigned ( Super. ) List, ( Formerly 

M. T. Co. No. 110, 28th Div. Tn.), 


Apr. 6, '35. 
Sept. 36, '33. 



XI. Federal Recognition of Ofiicers : 



Name. 



William G. Batten, 
Iloioard E. Bowman, 
Hoyirn W. Bressler. 

George C'assett, 
Ralvh P. Cluley, 
il/tver P. Cohen, 
John F. Corcoran, 
Edgar L. Grouse, 
Harold G. Frymire 
Horace G. Geisel, 
Frank M. Giiss, 
Samuel W. Har,iilton, 
Rohert R. Hoffman, 

James S. Hogg, 
Clifton M. Howard. 
Frank A. Itkowsky, 
Daniel W. Kinsey, 
Henry L. Klein. 
Ralph R. Leedy, 
Lewis M. Llewellyn. 
Crawford C. Madeira. 
Harold J. Mathis. 
Thomas McFarlane, 

James B. Moore, 
Effingham B. Morris, Jr. 
Nathaniel Nathanson. 
Robert R. Palmer. 

Guv E. Parsons, 
Joseph C. Peacock, 
Henry M. Prentiss, 
Frederick C. Rice, 

James V. Scalise. 
Charles P. Stahr. 
Jeremiah J. Sullivan, 

Charles W. Thorpe. 
Arthur H. Tompkins. 
Carl C. Vouglit. 
Samuel Wagner, Jr., 
August R. Weishaar, 
William Wlialen, Jr., 
George T. R. Wicker, 
Luther M. Wisehaupt, 



Rank. 



Organization. 



1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
Warrant 
Officer, 
2nd Lieut., 
3nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 
iBt Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut,, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
3nd Lieut., 

Ist Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
3nd Lieut. 
3nd Lieut. 
1st Lieut., 
Warrant 

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

2ud Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
Captain, 
3nd Lieut. 

3nd Lieut. 
Lt. Col., 
Captain, 

2nd Lieut. 
1st Lieut., 
3nd Lieut. 
Cornet, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
Captain, 
l3nd Lieut. 



rird Bn. Hq. Co., 109th Infantry, 
Company E, 112th Infantry, 
Service Co., 313th C. A. (A.-A.), 

Company C, 110th Infantry, 
Company E, 111th Infantry, 
3rd Bn. Hq, Co., 110th Infantry, 
M. C, Med. Det., 176th F. A., 
Company C, 110th Infantry, 
Company K, 109th Infantry, 
Hq,, 104th Cavalry, 
Company F, 113th Infantry, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 110th Infantry, 
C, A. C, Service Btry., 313th C. A., 
(A.-A.) 

V. C. Med. Det., 103rd Engineers, 

Company A, 113th Infantry, 

Company B, 111th Infantry, 

Battery A, 107th F. A., 

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

2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 104th Cavalry, 

Company L, lllth Infantry, 

Hq., 53nd Cavalry Brigade, 

Company I, 112th Infantry, 

Service Co., 110th Infantry, 

Company C, 112th Infantry, 

Hq., 53nd Cav. Brigade, 

M. A. C, Service Co., 103rd Med. Regt., 

M, A. C, Amb. Co. No. 108, 103rd 

Med. Regt.. 
Company F, 103rd Engineers, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 
Chaplain, Hq., 313th C. A. (A.-A.), 
Inf., 38th M. P. Co.. Spec. Trs., 28th 

Div., 

Company I, 113th Infantry, 
M. C, Ho., 10.3rd Med. Regt., 
M. C, Hosp, Co, No. 107, 103rd Med. 
Regt.. 

Hq. Co., 110th Infantry, 
Company L, lllth Infantry, 
Company A, 109th Infantry, 
Hq., 53nd Cav. Brigade, 
Battery D, 107th F. A., 
Troop E, 103rd Cavalry, 
Hq. Co., 110th Infantry, 
Troop C, 53nd Machine Gun Sq., 



Date of 
Federal 



Recognition. 


July 


o 


'35. 


July 


2 


'25. 


June 


3d', 




June 


33 


"25. 


May 


37', 


'25! 


July 


2, 


•25. 




2, 


'35. 


Jiu^ 


19 


'35. 


July 


2,' 


'25! 


June 


23', 


'25 


July 


2, 


'25! 


July 


2, 


'25. 


June 


5, 


'25. 


July 




'25. 




32 


"25. 


July 


7' 


'35. 


June 


23 


'25] 


June 


26! 


'35. 


June 


10, 


'35. 


June 


36, 


'35. 


June 


16, 


'35. 


June 


19, 


'25. 


May 


29, 


'35. 


July 




'35. 


June 


16, 


'25, 


Jime 


36, 


'25, 


July 


2 


■35. 


May 


5, 


"25. 


June 


19, 


'35. 


May 


5, 


'25., 


Jtme 


10. 


"25. 


June 


19, 


'25. 


July 


3. 


'35. 


June 


30, 


'35. 


June 


33. 


'35. 


June 


36, 


•35. 


May 


8, 


'25. 


June 


33 


•35. 


June 


30', 


'25. 


June 


10, 


'25. 


June 


19. 


'35. 


Jmie 


10. 


'35. 



Official : 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Gliief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 



Adjutant. 



(G. O. 17) 



HEADQUARTERS PENNSTLiVANIA NATIONAL GUARD 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE 

Harrisburs, Pa., August S7, ms. 

General Orders \ 
No. 17. \ 

SELECTION OF ENLISTED MEN OF NATIONAL GUARD 
FOR APPOINTMENT TO UNITED STATES MILITARY ACAD- 
EMY. — 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 20, 1925 (351.11 
"West Point), there has been allotted to the Governor of Pennsyl- 
vania the selection of seven candidates from the enlisted men 
of the Pennsylvania National Guard. 

I. Selection will be made according to the order of merit es- 
tablished in a preliminary examination in Algebra, Arithmetic, 
American History and Civics, Current Events, and English 
Grammar and Composition to be conducted by The Adjutant- 
General, which will be held in the House of Representatives, 
State Capitol, at Harrisburg, Pa., on Thursday, November 12, 
1925, at 9:00 o'clock, A. M. The candidates so selected will be 
authorized by the "War Department to report for the regular 
entrance examination, which is scheduled to be held, beginning 
on March 2, 1926, and the appointments will be available on 
July 1, 1926. 

II. To be eligible for appointment from the National Guard 
the applicant must be an enlisted man of a unit of the Pennsyl- 
vania Naitonal Guard recognized by the Federal Government. He 
must, on the date of admission, July 1, 1926, have served as an en- 
listed 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 m 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. 

III. Enlisted men who desire to take the preliminary examina- 
tion will forward their applications, requesting permission to 
do so, through military channels, so as to reach The Adjutant- 
General, State Capitol, Harrisburg, Pa., not later than November 
B, 1925, stating therein the following: 

(a) Name in Full. 

(b) Grade. 

(c) Designation of organization. 

(d) Date of current enlistment. 

(e) Prior service (If none, so state). 
(f> Date of birth. 

(g) Permanent post office address. 

(h) Educational qualifications. 

Unless the applicant has a high school education, or its equiva- 
lent, the application will not be considered. Commanding Officers, 
when approving applications, will furnish a statement as to the 
moral character and military conduct of the applicant. Appli- 
cations must be accompanied 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. 

rv. Transportation of the applicants for the preliminary ex- 
amination will be furnished from home station to Harrisburg 
and return. Other expenses must be borne by the applicants. 

V. This order will be read at the next formation of all units. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
The Adjutant-Genera} . 

Official: 



Adjulonr. 



(G. O. 18) 



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

Harrisburg, Pa., September 1, 1925. 

General Orders 
No. 18. \ 

Section 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers I 

Reappointments and Reassignments of OlHeers, II 

Reassignments of Officers, Ill 

Transfer of Officer to Unassigned ( Saipernnmerary ) List, IV 

Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve, V 

Resignations of Officers, VI 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, VII 

Announcement of Death of OfBcer, Refired Li-t VIII 

Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 

Property, IX 

Federal Recognition of Officers X 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Medical Corps, Medical 

Department. 
Amos Keeler DuBell, 
Hai-ry Wolfgang Weest, 

Field Artillery. 
John Bartholometo Foley, 
Jr. 

Walter Caskey Dunn, 
William Jennings Keller, 



John Henry Blye, Jr., 

Gustave Blind, 

Kemp Goodloe Fuller, 



Yincent Sylvester Tomes, 

Ralph Norman Earp, 

Cavalry. 
Clayton Hunt ShunTc, 

Ja^nes Scaife Williams, 

Howard Russell Smith, 

Paul Bonynge Gooley, 



Infantry. 
Kenneth Wells Momeyer, 

Claude Luther Knodcrer, 

Adam Jacob Dreibelhics, 
Homer Bond Norton, 



Rank. 



Maj or. 
Captain, 



Captain, 

Captain, 
1st Lieut. 



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



2d Lieut., 

2d Lieut.. 

2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut,, 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 

Major, 

1st Lieut., 

2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 



Date of Ap- 
pointment, 


Rank From. 


Assignment, 


July 


30. 


■25, 


July 


30, 


'25, 


Med. Det., 111th Inf. 


July 


31. 


'25, 


July 


31. 


'25, 


Med. Det., llOtli Inf. 


Aug-, 


5, 


'25, 


Aug. 


6, 


'25, 


Etry. E. 107th F. A. 


Aug-. 


5, 


'25, 


Aug-. 


5. 


•25. 


Btry. A, 176th F. A. 


Aug-. 


1, 


'35, 


Aug. 


1, 


'25, 


2d Bu. Hq. Btry. & 














Comb. Tn.. 108th 














F. A. 


Aug-. 


1, 


'35, 


Aug-. 


1. 


'35. 


Btry. A, 108th F. A. 


Aug-. 


1, 


'35, 


Aug. 


1, 


'35, 


Btry. C, 108th F. A. 


Aug. 


5, 


'25. 


Aug. 


6, 


'25, 


Hq., 53d F. A. Brig-., 














as Communications 














OiEcer. and Comdg. 














OiTicer, Hq. Btry., 














53d F. A. Brig-. 


Aug. 


1, 


'25, 


Aug. 


1, 


'25, 


3d Bn. Hq. Btry. & 














Comb. Tn,, 108th 














F. A. 


Aug. 


13, 


'25, 


Aug. 


13, 


'25, 


Btry. A. 107th F. A. 


Aug. 


3, 


'35, 


Aug. 


3, 


'25, 


Troop D. 103d Cav- 








alry 


A\^g-. 


4, 


'35, 


Aug. 


4, 


'35, 


1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. 










Det., 103d Cav. 


Aug. 


8, 


'25, 


Aug. 


8, 


'25, 


Hq. Det.. 53d M. G. 








Sq. 


Aug. 


26, 


'35, 


Aug. 


26, 


'25, 


2d Sq. Hq. & Hq. 












Det.. 103d Cav.. as 














Supply OfBcer 


Aug-. 


4, 


'35, 


Aug. 


4, 


'35, 


3d Bn. Hq.. 112tll 








Inf. 


Aug. 


3, 


'25. 


Aug. 


3, 


'35. 


3d Bn. Hq. Co., llltlj 










Inf. 


Aug. 


4, 


'35, 


Aug. 


4, 


'25, 


Co. F. 112th Infantry 


Aug-. 


6. 


'25, 


Aug. 


6, 


'25, 


Service Co., 112th 








Inf. 



(G. O. 18) 2 • 

II. Keappoiiitments and Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Field Artillery. 
Williain Allen Match, 

Infantry. 
Monroe Alston Means, 

William Daniel Wise, 

William Carl Hauher. 



Rank . 


Da*e of Re-ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Re-assignment. 


Colonel, 


Aug. CO. '25 , 


Aug. 


26, 


'20, 


Hq., 108th F, A. 


Maj or. 


Aug-. 3, '25, 


Aug. 


3, 


'30, 


3d Bn. Hq., 113th 












Int. 


Captain, 


Aug. 9, '25, 


Aug. 


9, 


■20. 


CD'Hitfjany M, 112th 












Infantry. 


1st Lieut., 


Aug. 7, '25. 


Avg. 


7, 


'20. 


Company F, llltn 












Infantry. 



III. Beassigiiments of Officers : 











Date 


of 


Re 


Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


assignment. 


Frank M. Guss, 


Captain. 


Co. F, 112th Inf. 


Co. E, 112th Inf, 


Aug. 


26, 


'25. 


John B. Foley, Jr., 


1st Lieut,, 


Communications Of- 


Btry. E, 107th F, A., 


Aug. 


5. 


'35. 




ficer, Hq., 53d 
F. A. Brig.. & as 
C. 0.. Hq. Btry., 
53d F, A. Brig. 


as Comdg. Officer, 








Howard E. Bowman, 


1st Lieut,, 


Co, E, 112th Inf, 


2d Bn. Hq. Co., 112th 
Inf., as Adjt.. 


Aug. 


26. 


'35. 


Clarence W. Urban. 


1st Lieut,, 


Ad,it., 2d Bn, Hq. Co., 
112th Inf.. 


Co. F, 113th Inf., as 
Comdg. Officer, 


Aug. 


26. 


'25. 


Beverley R. Shriver, 


3d Lieut.. 


Service Btry., 107th 
F. A,. 


Hq, Btry., 53d F. A, 
Brigade, 


Aug. 


27, 


'25. 


Albert J. West, 


3d Lieut., 


2d Bn. Hq. Co., 112th 


Co. E, 112th Inf., 


Aug. 


36. 


•25. 




Inf. 











IV. Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Charles S. Wnnder, 


Captain, 


Battery E, 107th Field Artillery. 


Aug. 5, '35. 


V. Transfer of Officer to National Guard Reserve : 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


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


William M. Spencer, 


Major, 


3d En Hq., 113th Infantry, 


Aug. 2, '25. 



VI. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Amos K. DuBell, 
John M. Davis, 
Donald C. Rotoe, 
William A. Caivley, 
Gordon A. Walter, 

David E. Moycr. 
William McCoach, 
William M. Pittenger, 
John J. Mullin, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 

2d Lieut.. 
2d Lieut.. 
3d Lieut.. 
2d Lieut.. 



Organization. 



M. C. Med. Det,, 111th Infantry, 

1st Bn, Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 

Hq. Ti-oop, 103d Cavalry, 

V. C, Med. Det., 103d Cavalry. 

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

38th Div.. 
2d Sq. Hq. & Hq, Det., 103d Cav., 
Troop B, 103d Cavalry, 
Troop D, 104th Cavalry, 
3d Bn. Hq. Co., lllth Infantry, 



Date of Ae- 

ceptanae of 
Resignation. 

July 29, '35. 

.Tune 15, '25. 

Aug. 35, '35. 

Aug. 12, '25. 

Aug. 24. '25. 

Aug. 23, '25. 

Aug. 37, '25. 

Aug. 25, '25. 

Aug. 37, '35. 



3 



(G. O. IS) 



VII. Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



Name. 



Samuel W. Fleming, Jr., 
Josiah P. Wilbar, 

Henry L. Klein. 



Rank. 



Lt. Col- 
Captain, 

Captain. 



Organization. 



From. 



Hq., lOith. Cavalrj-. 
Orel. Dept., S. S. C. 
& D, 

Med. Dot., 10 3d 
Engl 1-9,. 



Aug-. 28. 
Sept. 1. 



'25. 
'25 



Sept. 1, '25, 



To. 

Oct. 28. '25. 

Mar. 1. '26. 

Dec. 1, '25. 



"\'III. Announcement is made of the death of Brigadier General James 
H. Bigger, Infantry, Retired List, P. X. G., which occurred on June 9, 1922. 

* IX. Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 
Property : 



Xame. 



Robert B. Herbert, 
James G-. Haworth, 
Timothy M. Clcary, 



Bank. 



Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut. 



Organization. 



Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Co. I, 110th Inf.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Co. C, llStli Inf.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List. 

(formerly 1st Sq. Hq. Det., 103d 

Cavalry) , 



Date of Ac- 
ceptance o f 
Resignations. 



Dec. 21. 23. 
Dec. 1, '22. 
July T. '25. 



X. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Xame. 



Ralph M. AUenderfcr, 
A]-th2tr M. Baeckel, 

Wilbur S. Barker. 
George E. DeCoursey, 
Amos K. DuBell, 
Walter C. Dunn, 
Martin W. Freas, 
Joseph J. Gallagher, 
Ralph E. Hendee, 
Norwin L. Kei'r, 
Claude L. Knoderer, 
Harold B. Lever, 
Frank A. McKenry, 
William P. McWilliams, 
Leo E. Neary. 
.TeremiaJi F. Neill, Jr., 
Mortimer H. Osborne, 
William B. Reilly, 
Joseph E. Shaw. 
Charles J. Shimer, 
Clayton H. Shunk, 
Viyjcent S. Tomes, 




Morris S. Verner, 
Michael Warren, 
Harry W. Weest, 



Jr., 



Organization. 



2d Lieut.. 
2d Lieut., 

Major. 

2d Lieut.. 
Major, 
Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut.. 
Captain, 
l.st Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 
Lt. Col., 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 
Lt, Col., 
Captain, 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 

2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 
Captain. 



C. A. C, Btry. A, 213th C. A. (A.-A.), 
Inf., 28th M, P, Co.. Spec. Trs., 28th 
Div., 

F, A., Penna. N. G. Reserve, 
A. S., 103d Observation Squadron, 
M. C, Med. Det., 111th Infantry, 
Battery A, 176th Field Artillery, 
M. C, Med Det., 109th Infantry. 
A. S., 103d Observation Squadron. 
1st Bn. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 
M. C, Med. Det., 110th Infantry, 
2d Bn, Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 
1st Bn. Hq.. 103d Engineers, 
Q. M. C. Q. M. Sec, Hq., 28th Div., 
(Company B, 110th Infantry, 
Company F, 109th Infantry, 
Troop B. 103d Cavalry, 
Hq, Co,. 111th Infantry, 
Hq., 107th Field Artillery, 
Battery D. 108th Field Artillery, 
C. A. C, Btry. D. 213th C. A. (A, -A.). 
Troop D, in3d Cav.ilry, 
2d Bn. Hq. Btry. & Comb. Tn., 108th 
F. A., 

Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 

How. Co., 111th Infantry, 

M. C, Med. Det., 110th Infantry, 



Date of 
Federal 



Recognition. 


July 


14. 


'25. 


July 


18, 


'25. 


July 


24, 


'25. 


July 


14. 


'25. 


July 


30, 


'25. 


-Vug. 


5, 


'25. 


July 


11, 


'25. 


June 


27, 


'24. 


July 


7. 


'25. 


July 


11. 


'25. 


-\ug. 


3, 


'25. 


July 


13, 


'25. 


July 


18, 


'25. 


July 


23, 


'25. 


July 


20, 


'25. 


July 


9, 


'25. 


July 


14. 


'25. 


July 


15. 


'25. 


July 


7, 


'25. 


July 


7, 


'25. 


Aug. 


3, 


■25. 


Aug. 


1, 


'25. 


July 


2, 


•25. 


July 


30. 


'25. 


July 


31. 


'25. 



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, 



Organization of 108th Field Artillery I 

I. Paragraph 2, General Orders No. 21, A. G. O., series 1921, 
is amended by adding thereto the following : 

In accordance with the provisions of Section 3a, National 
Defense Act, as amended, the 108th Field Artillery, (formerly 
the 2nd Field Artillery, Pennsylvania National Guard) which 
served as a part of the 53rd Field Artillery Brigade, 28th 
Division, A. E. F., and was demobilized at Gamp Dix, New 
Jersey, on or about May 23, 1919, is hereby reconstituted and 
consolidated with the present 108th Field Artillery, Pennsyl- 
vania National Guard. 



Harrisburg, Pa.. September 23, 1925. 



General Orders 
No. 19. 



Section 



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

F. D. BEARY, 
, Adjutant-Oeneral. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



(G. 0. 20) 

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

Harrisburg, Pa., September 30, 1925. 

General Orders j ^ ■ 

No. 20. f , ■ ■ 

Section 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers, I 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, II 

Reassignments of Officers, Ill 

Transfer of Officers to Unasslgned (Supernumerary) List, IV 

*■ Transfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve, V 

Resignations of Officers, IV 

Leaves of Absence of Offcers, VII 

Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 

Property VIII 

Federal Recognition of Officers IX 

Appointments State Armory Board, X 

Amendment of certain General Orders XI 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank From. 


Assignment. 


Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
Herman Trager, 

Field Artillery. 
William Seller Bailey, 
John Allen Carothers, 
Meredith Meredith Wat- 
son, 


Captain, 

Captain. 
2d Lieut., 
2d Lieut., 


Sept. 24, '25, 

Sept. 11. '25, 
Sept. 11, '25, 
Sept. 12, '25, 


Sept. 24, '25, 

Sept. 11, '25, 
Sept. 11, '25, 
Sept. 12, '25, 


Med. Det., Spec. Trs., 
2Stb Div. 

Btry. A, lOTtli F. A. 
Btry. F, lOTtli F. A. 
Btry. E, lOTtli F. A. 


II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Re- 
appointment. 


Rank From. 


Reassignment. 


Ordnance Department. 
Raymond Albro Brown, 

Field Artillery. 
Henry George Sparks, 


Major, 
Captain, 


Aui'. 30, '25, 
Aug. 30, '25, 


Aug. 30, '20, 
Aug. 30, '20, 


Ord Dept., S. S. C. 
& D. 

Hq. Btry., 108th F. A. 



III. Reassignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


John L. Dressier, 
Ralph N. Steimer, 
James R. Reid, 
George S. Station, 


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


Btry. E, 107th F. A., 

Btry. F, 107th F. A., 

Serv. Co.. 111th Inf., 

3d Bn. Hq. Btry. & 
Comb. Tn., lOSth F. 
A., 


2d Bn. Hq., 107th F. 

A., as Liaison Officer, 
2d Bn. Hq., 107th F. 

A., as Adjutant, 
3d Bn. Hq. Co., 111th 

Inf., 

Etry B, 108th F. A., 


Sept. 3, '25. 
Sept. 23, '25. 
Sept. 12, '25. 
Sept. 2, '25. 



(G. O. 20) 



2 



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



Name. 


Bank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Rasselas W. Brown, 
Edward R. Glenn, 


Caiitain, 
1st Lieut., 


Com'oaii 
.3cl liii. 


A. 
Hq. 


llL'th Infantry, 
Co., llltii Infantry, 


Sept. 12, '25. 
Sept. 11, '25. 



V. Transfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve: 



Name. 


Eanli. 


Organization. 


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


Rasselas W. Brown, 
Edward R. Glenn, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Company A, H2th Infantry, 
3d Bn. Hq. Co., llltli Infantry, 


Sept. 12, '25^ 
Sept. 11, '25. 


VI. Resignations of Officers: 


Namie. 


Ranlf. 


Organization. 


Date of Ac- 
ceptance of 
Resig-nation. 


Herman Trager, 
Herbert F. Randall, 
Frederick J. Roehs, 
Josepli C. Painter, 


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


M. C, Med. Det.. Spec. Trs., 2Stli Div., 
;d Bn. Hq., lOTtli Field Artillery, 
Service Btry., 108th Field Artillery, 
Service Troop, 104th Cavalry, 


Sept. 23, '25. 
Sept. 2, '25. 
Sept. 11, '25. 
Sept. 23, '25. 



VII. Leaves of Absence of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


From. 


To. 


Clarence J. Smith, 
Harry J. Armor, 


Colonel, 
Major, 


Hq., 213th Coast Art., 
2d Bn. Hq., 107th F. 
A., 

2d Bn. Hq., lOOtli F. 
A., 

Co. I, 112th Inf., 

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

Div. Tn., 
Co. D, 110th Inf., 


Sept 
Oct. 


16, 
1, 


'25. 
25, 


Oct. 
Jan. 


31, 
1, 


'25. 
•26. 


Robert C. Miner, 


Major, 


Sept 


20, 


'25, 


Nov. 


1, 


'25. 


Charles G. Pearson, 
John C. Davis, 

Joseph C. Peacock, 


Captain, 
2d Lieut., 

2d Lieut., 


Aug. 
Oct. 

Aug. 


15, 
1, 

28, 


'25, 
'25, 

'25. 


Sept. 
Dec. 

Nov. 


30, 
10, 

30, 


'25. 
'25. 

'25. 



VIII. Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 
Property : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Walter 


E. 


M orris. 


Captain, 


Charles 


L 


M chain. 


Captain, 


Milton 


A. 


Carlisle, 


Captain, 


Lewis 


H. 


Knode, 


1st Lieut. 


Horace 


C. 


Corbin, 


1st Lieut. 



Organization. 



Unassigned 
(formerly 

Unassigned 
(formerly 

Unassigned 
(formerl.v 

Unassigned 
( formerly 
Div. Tn.) 

Unassigned 
(formerly 
Div. Tn.) 



(Super.) 
Tr. F, 
(Super.) 
Co. F, 
(Super.) 
Co. H, 
(Super.) 
M. T. 

(Super. ) 
M. T. 



List, 
104th 
List, 
110th 
List, 
112th 
List, 
Co. No. 



Cav.), 
Inf.), 
Inf.), 
109, 



List, 
Co. No. 



2Sth 
109, 28th 



Date of Ac- 
ceptance of 
Resignation. 



Oct. 
Dec. 
June 
Dec. 



24, '24. 

15, '22. 

16, '21. 
31, '22. 



May ■ 3, '24. 



(G. 0. 20) 



IX. Federal Recognition of Officers: 



Name. 



Gustave Blind, 
John H. Blye, Jr., 
Paul B. Cooley, 
Adam J. Dreihelhies, 
Ralph N. Earp, 
John B. Foley, Jr., 
Kemp G. Fuller, 
William J. Keller, 

Kenneth W. Momeyer, 
Homer B. Norton, 
^'ictor P. Ralli, 
James S: Williams, 




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

Major, 
2nd Lieut. 
Captain, 
2nd Lieut. 



Organization. 



Battery C, lOStli Field Artillery, 
Battery A, lOSth Field Artillery, 
2nd Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 103rd Cavalry, 
Company F, 112tli Infantry, 
Battery A, 107th Field Artillery, 
Uattery E, lOTth Field Artillery, 
Hq., 53rd F. A. Brigade, 
2nd En. Hq. Btry. & Comb. Tn., 108th 
F. A., 

2nd Bn. Hq., 112th Infantry, 
Service Co., 112th Infantry, 
1st Bn. Hq., 176th Field Artillery, 
1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 103rd Cavalry. 



Date of 
Federal 



Recognition. 


Aug. 


1, 


•25. 


Aug. 


1, 


'25. 


Aug. 


26, 


'25. 


Aug. 


4, 


'25. 


Aug. 


13, 


•25. 


Aug. 


5, 


'25. 


Aug. 


5, 


'25. 


Aug. 


1, 


'25. 


Aug. 


4, 


'25. 


Aug. 


7, 


'25. 


lJuly 


15. 


'25. 


Aug. 


4, 


'25. 



X. Tlie following reappointments as members of the Armory Board of the 
State of Penus.vlvania have been made by the Governor September 20, 1925 : 

Maj. Gen. William G. Price, Jr. . : 

Brig. Gen. Albert J. Logan, Retired. 

XI. Amendment of certain General Orders: 

So much of Paragraph II, G. O. No. 16, A. G. 0., c. s., as pertains to the 
reappointment of Captain "Sinclair Kenneth Yarrington" is amended to read 
"Sinclair Kerlin Yarrington." 

So much of Paragraph VIII, G. O. No. 16, A. G. O., c. s., as pertains to 
Captain William J, Raeder, is amended to read "Second Battalion Headquar- 
ters, 109th Field Artillery," instead of "Second Battalion Headquarters, 109th 
Infantry." 

Paragraph IV. G. 0. No. 18, A. G. O., c. s., is amended so as to make the 
transfer of Captain Charles 8. Wunder from Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 
to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, effective as of August 4, 1925, instead 
of August 5, 1925. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Cliief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 

Official: 



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(G. O. 21) 



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



Harrisburg, Pa., October 1, 1925. 



Genei'al Orders 
No. 21. 



Section 



Organization of Headquarters, Hospital Battalion, 103rd Medical Regi- 



I. Pursuant to authority contained in 3rd Ind., Militia Bureau, dated May 
12, 1925, (M. B. 325.4 (Medical) Penna.— fi), and in order to conform to Table 
of Organization No. 82, N. G., dated April 1, 1924, announcement is made of 
the organization of Headquarters, Hospital Battalion, 103rd Medical Regiment, 
located at Lebanon, Pa. 

II. Officers are reassigned as follows: 

Major John E. Marshall is relieved from duty with Medical Department, 
State Staff Corps and Departments, and assigned, as Commanding Officer, to 
Headquarters, Hospital Battalion, 103rd Medical Regiment. 

Captain John W. MacMullen is relieved from duty with Medical Detachment, 
104th Cavalry, and assigned to Headquarters, Hospital Battalion, 103rd Medical 
Regiment, as Adjutant. 

III. The Commanding Officer, 103rd Medical Regiment, will detail four 
enlisted men, by name, by Regimental Special Order, from Service Company, 
103rd Medical Regiment, for duty with Headquarters, Hospital Battalion, 
103rd Medical Regiment. 



ment 

Reassignment of Officers, 
Detail of Enlisted Men, . 



I 
II 
III 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Oovernor and Commander-in-Chief. 



F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



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(G. O. 211/2) 



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

Harrisburg, Pa., OctoTjer 5, 1925. 

General Orders' 

No. 211/2. 

Section 

Re-appointment of The Adjutant-General, I 

I. Announcement is hereby made of the re-appointment, this date, of Brig- 
adier General Frank D. Bcanj. of AUentown, Lehigh County, Pa., to be The 
Adjutant General, the appointment to compute from October 5, 1925. 

, By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT. 

Governor and Coinmander-in-GJiief. 

Official: 



A dju tant-General. 



(G. O. 22) 



HEADQT3ARTERS TENNSTLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD, 
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Harrisburg, Pa., October 6, 1D25. 

General Orders > 



I. In compliance with instructions contained in telegram 
from the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, dated October 
5, 1925, the Coumaanding General, 2Sth Division, is directed to 
immediately arrange for service in the field of sufficient num- 
ber of units of tlie Pennsylvania National Guard to assist the 
United States Air Mail Service in a search for a lost United 
States Air Mail Aviator and Plane. 

II. The Commanding Officer of the force is authorized to 
arrange locally for the contract and purchase of subsistence, 
foj-age, gasoline, oil and other necessary supplies, as well as 
to contract for sufficient automobiles and motor trucks to fulfill 
his mission. All contracts will be made in duplicate and all 
accounts properly stated in duplicate on Form No. 12, A. G. O. 
Military voucher will be promptly forwarded direct to The 
Adjutant-General for settlement. 

III. Upon completion of the service pay-rolls prepared on 
M. B. Forms, Nos. 3TS and 37Sa, in duplicate, accompanied 
by Form No. 4, A. G. O., showing statement of service for 
enlisted men claiming service pay will be forwarded direct to 
The Adjutant-General for settlement. 

IV. Daily Strength Returns will be forwarded to The Ad- 
jutant-General through Headquarters, 2Sth Division. 



No. 22. 



By order of GIFFORD PTNCHOT, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



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(G. O. 23) 



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

M'i'-'Mi-upj. wiH- .. ••*>?'«•.«•• Harrisburg, Pa., Novemher 1, 1925. 



General Orders l_ ,. .V . ■ ■ ■ . . ■ • ' 

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Section 

Appointments and Assignments of OtHcers I 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, II 

Reassignments of Officers, Ill 

Transfer of Officers to Unassigued (Supernumerary) List IV 

Transfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve, V 

Resignations of Officers, VI 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, VII 

Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 

Property, VIII 

Federal Recognition of Officers, IX 

Rescission of certain General Orders, X 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers: 



Name. 



Ordnance Department. 
Charles Henry Middletoii, 

Field Artillery. 
Edunn MontiUa Clark, 
Malcolm Sjiahr Eakin, 
Thomas Harold Cassady^ 
Stanley Irvin Giltner, 

William Curtis, 

Cavalry. 

Arthur Howard Kinsley, 
William Whalen Jr., 
Norman Willits Rowley, 

Infantry. .v 
Roland Dermis, 
Albert James West, 
William Aviherson Sexton, 

Henry Barnhurst Thomp- 
son, 

Samuel Baird Ward, 
John Lawrie, 

Matter Arthur Fearn, 



Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Kanl£ 


From. 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


7, 


'25, 


Oct. 


7, 


'25. 


1st Lient., 
1st Lieut., 
2u'l Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


24, 
24, 
24. 

30, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


24, 
24, 
24, 
30, 


'25, 
'25, 
•25. 
•25, 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


30, 


'25, 


Oct. 


30, 


•25, 


Captain, 
CaptaiD, 
1st Lieut., 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


7, 
17, 

7, 


'25. 
'25, 

'25, 


Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 


7, 
17, 
7, 


•25. 
'25, 
'25. 


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


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


24, 
24, 
30, 


'25, 
•25, 
'25, 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


24, 
24, 
30, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25. 


2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 


24, 


'25, 


Oct. 


24, 


'25, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Oct. 
Oct. 


24, 
24, 


'25, 
'25, 


Oct. 
Oct. 


24, 
24, 


'25, 
'25, 


2nd Lieut. , 


Oct. 


29, 


'25, 


Oct. 


29, 


'25, 



Assignment. 



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

Battery E. 107th F. A. 
Battery A, 176th F. A. 
Battery F, 17Gth F. A. 
1 S r d Ammunition 

Train. 
Battery A, 109th F. A. 



Troop B, 103rd Cav. 
Troop E, 103rd Cav. 
Hq., 52nd Cav. Brig., 
as Aide. 

Serv. Co., in9th Inf. 
Co. E, 112th Inf. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th 

Inf., as Adjt. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th 

Inf. 

Co. C, 111th Inf. 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th 
Inf. 

Co. E, 112th Inf. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers: 



Name. 



Field Artillery. 

Perry Alphonsus Jones, 

Cavalry. 
Clement Biddle Wood, 

Infantry. 
Wilbur Forest Leitzell, 

Charles Beatty Finley, 



Hank. 



Captain, 

Captain, 

Lt. Col., 
Lt. Col. 



Date of Re- 
appointment. 



Sept. 24, '25, 

Oct. 9, '25, 

Oct. 8, '25, 

Oct. 23, '25, 



Rank Prom. 



Sept. 24, '20, 

Oct. 9, "20, 

Oct. 8, '20, 

Oct. 23, '20, 



Reassignment. 



Battery B, 107th F. A. 



Hq. Tr., 52nd Cav. 
Brig. 

Hq., 2Sth Division, as 

M. G. Officer. 
Hq. , 111th Infantry. 



G. O. 23) 



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III. Reassignments of Officers: 



Name. 



John H. Blackman, . 
Jr. , 

Haviland Wright, 
Orville F. Devlin, 
Eugene R. Dunning, 



Bank. 



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



Old Assignment. 



I. P. & T. Officer, 

Hq., 109th F. A., 
Hq., 103rd Engrs., 

I. P. & T. Officer, 2nd 
Bn. Hq., lOTtli F. A. 

Service Tr,, 103rd 
Car. , 



New Assignment. 



Btry. F, 109th F. A., 
as Comds. Officer., 

Co. D. 103rd Engrs., 
as Conidi;. Officer, 

Btry. B, 107th F. A.. 

Hq. Tr., 103rd Cav., 



Date of Re- 
assignment. 



Oct. 


30, 


'25. 


Oct. 


27, 


'25. 


Oct. 


10, 


'25. 


Oct. 


30, 


'25. 



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



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Perry A. Jones, 
Rulison Evans, 
Robert B. JUcGirr, 
Claude L. Knoderer, 


Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Battery B, 107th Field Artillery, 
Battery F, 109th Field Artillery, 
Company D, 103rd EiiRinet-rs, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 


Oct. 10, '25. 
Oct. 30, '25. 
Oct. 27, '25. 
Oct. 30, '25. 


V. Transfer of Officers to National Guard Reserve: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


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


Perry A. Jones, 
John F. McCahan, 
Claude L. Knoderer, 


Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
lat Lieut., 


Battery B, 107th Field Artillery, 
Adj. Sec, Hq., 28th Division, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 


Oct. 10, '25. 
Oct. 10, '25. 
Oct. 30, '25. 


VI. Resignations of Officers: 


Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Date of 

Acceptance of 
Resignation. 


Anthony B. Drcier, 
George W. Bovard, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 


Battery A, 109th Field Artillery, 
Company C, 112th Infantry, 


Oct. 27, '25. 
Oct. 2, '25. 



VII. Leaves of Absence of Officers: 



Name. 



Edgar V. B. Bell, 
Clair Groover, 
Charles W. Cunningham, 
Edward L. Traylor, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 
Captain, 



Organization. 



Troop A, 103rd Cav. , 
Troop D, 103rd Cav. , 
Service Co. , 110th Inf. , 
Bowitzer Co., 111th Inf. 



From. 



Sept. 15, '25, 

Oct. 12, "25, 

Nov. 1, '25. 

Oct. 22, '25, 



To. 



Nov. 15, "25. 

Jan. 12, '26. 

Feb. 1, '2i. 

Jan. 22, '26. 



VIII. Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 
'i'roperty : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Robert C. Clay, 


Captain, 


Cyrus L. Horner, 


Captain, 


John F. Wicker, 


Captain, 


Edward Brown, 


1st Lieut., 



Organization. 



Date of 

|Acceptanee of 
Resignation. 



Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Btry. E, 108th F. A.), 

Dnassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Troop F, 1st Cav.), 

Dnassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Co. G, 110th Int.), 

Unassigned (Super.) List, 

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



Oct. 


24, 


'22. 


Mar. 


17, 


'21. 


Apr. 


20, 


'21. 


Apr. 


24, 


'22. 



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(G. O. 23) 



IX. Federal Recognition of Officers: 



Name. 



William 8. Bailey, 
John A. Carothers, 
Edgar F. Heffner, Jr., 
Homer B. Norton, 
Irvin R. Schwartz, 
Howard R. Smith, 
Herman Trager, 



Eank. 



Captain, 
2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut. 
2nd Lieut.. 
Captaiu, 



Organization. 



Battery A, 107th Field Artillery, 
Battery F, lOTtli Field Artillery, 
Troop F, 103rd Cavalry, 
Service Co., 112tli Infantry, 
Q.M.CWag. Co. No. 10.5, 28th Div. Tn 
Hq. Detach., 52nd M. G. Squadron, 
M. C, Med. Detach., Spec. Trs., 28th 
Div. 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Sept. 


11, 


'25. 


Sept. 


11, 


'25. 


Mar. 


4, 


'25. 


Aug. 


6, 


'25. 


July 


11, 


'25. 


Aug. 


s, 


•25. 


Sept. 


24, 


'25. 



_ X. So much of Paragraph IX, 6. O. No. 20, A. G. O., c. s., as pertains 
to Second Lieutenant Homer B. Norton, is rescinded as of October 27, 1925. 

By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Oovernor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 

Official: 



Adjutant. 



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(G. O. 24) 

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

Harrisburg, Pa., 'November 30, 1925. 

General Orders I 
No. 2i. \ 

I. In compliance with the Act of Assembly of Pennsylvania and the re- 
quirement.? of the National Defense Act, as prescribed in National Guard Regu- 
lations, the organizations of the Pennsylvania National Guard will assemble 
in their respective armories for Federal and State inspection on the dates in- 
dicated below. 

II. The Commanding General. 28th Division, will present the various organ- 
ij^ations of the Pennsylvania National Guard for the Federal and State in- 
spection on the dates mentioned, and will pre-scrihe the uniform and procedure 
of the inspection. 

III. The State inspection will be made concurrent with the Federal in- 
spection, but will in no way interfere with or delay the Federal inspection, 
nor will it take precedence over the Federal inspection. 

TV. 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. State inspectors will report throiigh Division Head- 
quarters the condition of Federal property in the hands of troops. Special 
attention will be paid to excess and missing property, and to the condition 
of property. Special note will be taken as to the records of serial numbers of 
field glasses, arms, and any other equipment having such numbers. 

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

VT. The Commanding General, 2Sth Division, will direct Regimental Com- 
manders to arrange for the presence of at least one field or staff ofBcer at each 
inspection and require remarks and criticisms from such officers. State trans- 
portation will he 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 forward them 
through channels to the Division Commander. The criticisms relating to 
strength of organization, condition, care of equipment, missing equipment or 
excess equipment, and condition of armories, will be forwarded by the Divi- 
sion Commander to this office. 



STATE STAFF CORPS AND DEPARTMENTS 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Office of U. S. P. & D. 0., 

State Staff Corps anci Departments, 

Military Reservation, 
State Arsenal, 
Bssinsjton Rifle Range. 


Mar. 10, 1926. 
Mar. 10, 1926, 

Mar. 11, 1926. 
Mar. 10. 1926. 
Mar. 9, 1926. 


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

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


Arsenal, Harrishur?. 
Office, Adjutant General, 

Harrisburer. 
■Mt. Gretna. 
Harrisbnrg. 
Pliiladelphia. 


TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION 


Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 
Headqnarters Detachment, 


Apr. BO. 1926, 
Apr. 80, 1926, 


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


32nd & Lancaster Ave., 

Philadelphia. 
32nd & Lancaster Ave., 



Philadelphia. 



(G. O. 24) 2 

SPECIAL TROOPS, TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVISION 



Units, 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Apr. 


27, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua Ave., Phila. 


HeadQuarters Detaclinient, 


Apr. 


27, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua Ave., Pliila. 


Hdqrs. Co., 28th Division, 


Apr. 


28, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua Ave., Phila. 


28th Tanlc Compauv, 


Mar. 


1, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Norristown. 


28th Military Police Co., 


Mar. 


o 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


York. 


2Sth Signal Company, 


Mar. 


5', 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Penn Ave. & Station St., 
E. B., Pittsburgh. 


Motorcycle Company No. 103, 


Apr. 


29, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua Ave., Phila. 


103rd Ordnance Company, 


Apr. 


29, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua Ave., Phila. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


27, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4111 Mantua Ave., Phila. 



55TH INFANTRY BRIGADE 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Jan. 


27, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 


Headquarters 


Company, 


Feb. 


25, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Harrisburg. 






109TH 


INFANTRY 










Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Feb. 


1, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




1st Battalion 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


9, 


1920, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




2nd Battalion 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


5, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Carbondale. 




3rd Battalion 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


18, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Berwick. 




Headquarters 


Company, 


Feb. 


1, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Service Company, 


Feb. 


2 


1926. 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Howitzer Company, 


Feb. 


s, 


1926. 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




1st Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Feb. 


9, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Feb. 


5, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Carbondale. 




3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Feb. 


24, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Williamsport. 




Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


9, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Company A, 




Feb. 


11, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Company B, 




Feb. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Company C, 




Feb. 


15, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Company D, 




Feb. 


17, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Scranton. 




Company B, 




Feb. 


3, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Carbondale. 




Company P, 




Feb. 


4, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Carbondale. 




Company G, 




Feb. 


16, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Stroudsburg. 




Com'iany H, 




Feb. 


10, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Honesdale. 




Company I, 




Feb. 


18, 


1926. 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Berwick. 




Company K, 




Feb. 


23, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Williamsport. 




Company L, 




Feb. 


22, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Milton. 




Company M, 




Feb. 


19, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Berwick. 








IIOTH 


INFANTRY 










Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Jan. 


28, 


1926, 


7:15 


P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 


1st Battalion 


Headquarters, 


Jan. 


22, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Monongahela. 




2nd Battalion 


Headquarters, 


Jan. 


4, 


1926, 


7 


:15 


P. 


M. 


Altoona. 




3rd Battalion 


Headquarters, 


Jan. 


18, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Scottdale. 




Headquarters 


Company, 


Jan, 


5, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


& 10th St. 




















Altoona. 




Service Co. (less Band), 


Jan. 


18, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Scottdale. 




Band Section, Service Co., 


Jan. 


4, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Howard Ave. 


& 10th St. 



* 



' Altoona. 



3 

llOTH INFANTRY— Cont'd. 



(G. O. 24) 



Units. ' * ' 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Howitzer Company, 


Jan. 


19, 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


f^nrt Ti oil aT7i Ha 


1st Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Jan. 


28, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 




2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Jan. 


4, 


1926. 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


xxuu dru ii. V e. ^ oiaLion ol.. 














Altoona. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs Company, 


Jan. 


14, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Greensbur^. 


Medical Detachment, 


Jan. 


20, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


C'Ounellsville 


Company A, 


.Tan. 




J.^ — D, 




T> 
XT . 




^Jonon,^aliela. 


Company B, 


Jan. 


21, 


1925, 


7:45 


P. 


11. 


i\ e \v x>i ig 11 LUii . 


Company C, ' . ' 


Jan. 


7, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Somerset. 


P" f\ n"i m Ti V 


Jan. 


25, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Monessen. 


Company E, 


Jan. 


15, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Mount Pleasant. 


Company F, 


Jan. 


11, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Indiana. 


Company G, 


Jan. 


C, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


TTnwnrd Avp A' Stitinn St 














Altoona. 


* Company H, 


Jan. 


27, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Washington, Pa. 


Company I, 


Jan. 


13, 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Greensburg. 


Company K, 


Jan. 


26, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Waynesburg. 


Company L, 


Jan. 


8, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Blairsville. 


Company M. 


Jan. 


12, 


1926, 


7:45 


P. 


M. 


Latrobe. 


56TH 


INFANTRY BRIGADE 




Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


26, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Walnut St., Columbia. 


Headciuarters Company, 


Feb. 


26, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Walnut St., Columbia. 


lllTH 


INFANTRY 








Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Apr. 


5, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broaa & wnarton ots.. 
















Phila. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


12, 1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Uroaci & wiiarton ots.. 
















Phila. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


26, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


West Chester. 


Headquarters Company, 


Apr. 


5, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


Service Company, 


Apr. 


19. 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & wnarton fets., 
















Phila. 


Howitzer Company, 


Apr. 


20, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts. , 
















Phila. 


1st Bn. Hdqrs Company, 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


U. 


Broad & Wharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


lind Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


iiroaci cc w narton ots. , 


• 














Piiila. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 


Apr. 


19, 1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


6, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


Company A, 


Apr. 


13, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Pottstown. 


Company B, • " 


Apr. 


9, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Chester. 


Company C, ' 


Apr. 


16, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Chester. 


Company D, 


Apr. 


22 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Doylestown. 


Company E, 


Apr. 


7 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts. , 
















Phila. 


Company F, 


Apr. 


14 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & AVharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


Company G, 


Apr. 


21 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Broad & Wharton Sts. . 
















Phila. 


Company H, 


Apr. 


6 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


M 


Broad & Wharton Sts., 
















Phila. 


Company I, 


Apr. 


26, 1926 


8:30 


P. 


M 


West Chester. 


Company K, 


Apr. 


8 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


M 


Norristown. 


Company L, 


Apr. 


15 


1926 


8:30 


P. 


U 


Phoenisville. 


Company M, 


1 Apr. 


23, 1926 


8:30 


P. 


M 


Media. 



(G. O. 24) 4 



112TH INFANTRY 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Mar. 


31, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


vJtlUVC \JLLy , 




1st Battalion Headquarters, 




Mar. 


31, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 






2nd Battalion Headquarters, 




Mar. 


19, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rfh Jtr PoT*or1o 


Olb., JliTie. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 




Mar. 


12, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 






Headquarters Company, 




Mar. 


31, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


vjrm V tr \jiLj/ 1 




Service Co. (less Band), 




Mar. 


11, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


AX 1 LI g \\ Uj , 




Band Section, Service Co., 




Mar. 


19, 


1920, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 




OLo., i^jrie. 


Howitzer Company, 




Mar. 


29, 


192C, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Oil nitv 




1st Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 




Mar. 


31, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 






2nd Bn. Hdqrs Company, 




Mar. 


,19, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 




Ola., jDjrie. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Company, 




Mar. 


12, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 






Medical Detachment, 




Mar. 


9, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Butler 




Company A, . , * 




Mar. 


18, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Corry . 




Company B, '' ', ' „ 




Mar. 


26, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


i.Vi.t;d.U V Illc?. 




Company C, 




Mar. 


10, 


1920, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 






Company D, 




Mar. 


8, 


1920, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Butler. 




Company E, 




Mar. 


22, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


sts., Erie. 


Company F, , 




Mar. 


23, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., Erie. 


Company G, ... ; 




Mar. 


24, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., Erie. 


Company H, • 




Mar. 


25, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


6th & Parade 


Sts., Erie. 


Company I, 




Mar. 


17, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Warren. 




Company K, 




Mar. 


16, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Bradford. 




Company L, ' i 




Mar. 


SO, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Franklin. 




Company M, . i ' ■> ki. i 




Mar. 


15, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Kane. 




53RD 


FIELD ARTILLERY BRIGADE 




Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 




Headquarters, 




Feb. 


15, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Coraopolis. 




Headquarters Battery, - ' 




Feb. 


15, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Coraopolis. 




103RD 


AMMUNITION TRAIN 






Unit. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


103rd Ammunition Train, 


Mar. 


18, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Tamaqua. 


107TH FIELD 


ARTILLERY 






Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Feb. 


16, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 


















Pittsburgh. 




1st Battalion Headquarters, 




Feb. 


20, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Phoenixville. 




2nd Battalion Headquarters, 




Feb. 


24, 


1920, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Ellwood City. 




Headquarters Battery, 




Feb. 


16, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 


















Pittsburgh. 




Service Battery, 




Feb. 


17, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 


















Pittsburgh. 




1st Bn. Hdqrs. Btry. & Comb. 


Tn., 


Mar. 


2 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Danville. 




2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Btry. & Comb. 


Tn,, 


Feb. 


2i, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Ellwood City. 




Medical Detachment, 




Feb. 


17, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armor.v, 


Emerson St., 
















Pittsburgh. 




Battery A, 




Feb. 


25, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Harrisburg. 




Battery B, 




Feb. 


23, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 
















Pittsburgh. 




Battery C, 




Feb. 


26, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Phoenixville. 




Battery D, 




Mar. 


1, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Williamsport. 




Battery E, 




Feb. 


18, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 
















Pittsburgh. 




Battery F, 




Feb. 


19, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Hunt Armory, 


Emerson St., 
















Pittsburgh. 





6 (G. O. 24) 



109TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Mar. 


15, 


192G. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. , 


1st Battalion Headqnarters, 




Mar. 


16, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Pittston. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 




Mar. 


10, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. . 


Headquarters Battery, 




Mar. 


15, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Service Battery (less Band), 




Mar. 


11, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. ■ . , 


Band Section, Service Battery, 




Mar. 


7, 


1926, 


2 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


1st Bn. Hdqrs. Btry «& Comb. 


Tn., 


Mar. 


16, 


192G, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Pittston. . . 


2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Btry. & Comb. 


Tn.. 


Mar. 


10, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Medical Detachment, 




Mar. 


4, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Battery A, 




Mar. 


12, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Nanticoke. . , 


Battery B, 




Mar. 


17, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Pittston. ;„ . ■. ; 


Battery 0, 




Mar. 


3, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Plymouth. '. . 


Battery D, . 




Mar. 


5, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Battery B, ' ' 




Mar. 


8, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 


Battery P, 




Mar. 


9, 


1926, 


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. 


30, 


1926, 


8 


80 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


5, 


1920, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Apr. 


1, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Headquarters & Service Company, 


Mar. 


30, 


1926. 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


1, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company A, 


Mar. 


31, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company B, 


Apr. 


6, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company C, 


Apr. 


5, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company D, ' 


Apr. 


1, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company B, 


Apr. 


7, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Company F, 


Apr. 


8, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 



103RD OBSERVATION SQUADRON 



UnitB. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


103rd Observation Squadron, 


Apr. 


9, 


1926, 


8:00 P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


9. 


1926, 


8:00 P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 



• 103RD MEDICAL REGIMENT 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Coraopolis. 




Hdqrs., Hospital Battalion, 


Apr. 


15, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Lebanon. 




Service Company (less Band), 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Coraopolis. 




Band Section, Service Company, 


Apr. 


22, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 




Veterinary Company No. 103, 


Apr. 


16, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Fleetwood. 




Hospital Company No. 107, 


Apr. 


14, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


428 N. Queen 
caster. 


St., Lan- 


Hospital Company No. 108, 


Apr. 


13, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Indiana. 




Hospital Company No. 109, 


Apr. 


19, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Wellsboro. 




Ambulance Company No. 107, 


Apr. 


21, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Wilkes-Barre. 




Ambulance Company No. 108, 


Apr. 


20, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Mansfield. 




Collecting Company No. 107, 


Apr. 


22, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Chestnut Hill 
Philadelphia. 


Aeademy, 



(G. O. 24) 6 



28TH DIVISION TRAIN, Q. M. C. 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory 


— 


Headquarters, 




Apr. 


23, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Cliestnut 


St., 


















Harrisburg. 




HI ctlUlJ liillLtrlo Ut: LtlLllIIitrll L, 




Apr. 


OQ 

,io. 


1926, 


8 :00 


P. 


M. 


Rear of 209 Chestnut 


St., 


















Harrisburg. 




Medical Detacliment, 




Apr. 


2.3, 


1920, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


liear of 209 Chestnut 


St., 


















Harrisburs. 




Veterinary Detachment, ' ^ 




Apr. 


23, 


1920, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Roar of 209 Chestnut 


St.. 


















Harrisburg. 




IMotor Repair Section No. 105, 




Apr. 


2S, 


1920. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Gettysburg. 




Wason Company No. 10.5, 




Apr. 


29. 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M, 


Pine Grove. 




WaKon Company No. IOC, 




Apr. 


30, 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Haniburij. 




Motor Transport Conipan.v No. 


inn. 


Apr. 


26, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Huntingdon. 




Jlotor Transport Company No. 


110. 


Apr. 


27, 


1920. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


N. George St., York. 





lOSTH FIELD ARTILLERY (CORPS TROOPS) 
(All units located at Armory: Broad & Diamond Sts., Philadelphia.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Feb. 


10, 


192G, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Pliiladelphia. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


3, 


1920, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


11, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Pliiladelphia. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 


Feb. 


12, 


1926. 


8 


SO 


P. 


M. 


Pliiladelphia. 


Headquarters Battery, 


Feb. 


10, 


1920, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Pliiladelphia. 


Service Battery (less Band), 


Feb. 


8, 


1920, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Band Section Service Battery, 


Feb. 


7, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


1st Bn. Hq. Btry. & Comb. Tn., 


Feb. 


3, 


1926. 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Pliihiilclphia. 


2nd Bn. Hq. Btry. & Comb. Tn., 


Feb. 


11, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


riiihuk'Ipliia. 


3rd Bn. Hq. Btry. & Comb. Tn. 


Feb. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Medical Detachment, 


Feb. 


1, 


1920, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery A, 


Feb. 


2, 


1926. 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery B, 


Feb. 


9, 


1926, 


8 


SO 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery C, 


.Tan. 


28, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery D, V. 


Feb. 


4, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 


Battery B, 


Feb. 


5, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philiidelphia. 


Battery F, 


.Tan. 


29, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 



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



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 




Jan. 


25, 


1926. 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


1st Battalion Headquarters, 




.Tan. 


11, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


2nd Battalion Headquarters, 




Jan. 


oo 


1920, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


3rd Battalion Headquarters, 




Jan. 


2o! 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Headquarters Battery, 




Jan. 


25, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Service Battery, 




Jan. 


13, 


1920, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


1st Bn. Hdqrs. Btry. & Comb. 


Tn.. 


Jan. 


11, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Btry & Comb. 


Tn., 


Jan. 


22, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


3rd Bn. Hdqrs. Btry. & Comb. 


Tn., 


Jan. 


20! 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Medical Detachment, 




Jan. 


13, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery A, 




Jan. 


15, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery B, 




Jan. 


18, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery C, 




Jan. 


21, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery D, 




Jan. 


19, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery E, 




Jan. 


14, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 


Battery F, 




Jan. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


15 


P. 


M. 


Pittsburgh. 



7 (G. O. 24) 

213 COAST ARTILLERY (A.-A.) (CORP TROOPS) 



TJnits. 



Headquarters, 

1st Battalion Headquarters, 
2nd Battalion Headquarters, 
Headquarters Battery, 
Service Battery, 
1st Bn. Hdqrs. Det. & Comb. 

2nd Bn. Hdqrs. Detachment, 
Medical Detachment, 

* Battery A, 
Battery B, 

Battery C, 
Battery D, 
Battery B, 
Battery F, 
Battery G, 
Battery H, 



Tn. 



Date. 


Hour. 


Location of 


Armory. 


Mar. 


22, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4th & Union 
town. 


Sts., 


Allen 


Mar. 


18, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lancaster. 






Mar. 


29, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lebanon. 






Mar. 


16, 


1926. 


8 


:00 


p. 


M. 


Pottsville. 






Mar. 


17, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Pottsville. 






Mar. 


25, 


1926, 


8 


■00 


p! 


M. 


4th & Union 
town. 


Sts., 


Allen 


Mar. 


29, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lebanon. 






Mar. 


22, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4th & Union 
town. 


Sts., 


Allen 


Mar. 


15, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Reading. 






Mar. 


22, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


4th & Union 
town. 


Sts., 


Allen 


Mar. 


24, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Bethlehem. 






Mar. 


23, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Easton. 






Mar. 


18, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Lancaster. 






Mar. 


19. 


1926, 


8 


on 


p. 


M, 


Lancaster. 






Mar. 


12, 


1926. 


8 


00 


p. 


M. 


Reading. 






Mar. 


26, 


1926, 


8 


00 


p. 




Lebanon. 







52ND CAVALRY BRIGADE (ARMY TROOPS) 
(All units located at Armory: 23rcl & Ranstead Sts., Philadelphia.) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armor.y. 


Headquarters, 
Headquarters 


Troop, 


Mar. 19, 
Mar. 19, 


1926, 
1926. 


8:00 P. 
8:30 P. 


M. 
M. 


Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 



103RD CAVALRY (ARMY TROOPS) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headquarters, 


Mar. 


29, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


1st Squadron Headquarters, 


Apr. 


5, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


""d Squadron Headquarters, 


Apr. 


8, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Philadelphia. 
Lewisburg. 




Headquarters Troop, 


Mar. 


29, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


Service Troop, 














Philadelphia. 




Mar. 


30, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


1st Sq. Hdqrs. Detachment, 














Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


5, 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


2nd Sq. Hdqrs. Detachment, 














Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


8, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Lewisburg. 




Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


2 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


Troop A, 














Philadelphia. 




Mar. 


31, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


Troop B, 














Philadelphia. 




Mar. 


26, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


Troop C, 














Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


1, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


32nd & Lancaster 


Ave., 


Troop D, 














Philadelphia. 




Apr. 


7, 


1926, 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Lewisburg. 




Troop B, 


Apr. 


6, 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Sunbury. 




Troop F, 


Apr. 


9, 


1926. 


8:00 


P. 


M. 


Lock Haven. 





(G. O. 24) 8 



104TH CAVALRY (ARMY TROOPS) 



Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


XT o o Hn 11 a ffo.'Q 


Apr. 


19, 


192G, 


7:00 


P. 


M. 


T?nom 100 TelpoTjinli 




















1 S?nii!iHrffn TTpitlniiflFtPTS 


Apr. 


27, 


1926, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Tyrone. 


iijiu ^ijiiiitiro - in^iiu'-juurnrrB, 


Apr. 


20, 


1920, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


A OTTi a AHoTT M o 1.1.1 o- 


















HciidQUflrtGrs Troop ^ 


Apr. 


19. 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


2nd & Forster Sts., Har- 




















Rprvifp nPrAATi ■ ' . • 


Apr. 


21, 


1920, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


2nd t& Forster Sts, Har- 
















ri shu r 




Apr. 


27, 


1920, 


8:30 


P. 


M. 


Tvrone. 




Apr. 


20, 


1926, 


8 


30 


P. 


M, 


502 Adams Alley, Harris- 












burg. 


Medical Detachment, 


Apr. 


23, 


1926. 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Mannerclior Hall, North 












St., Harrisburg. 


Troop A, ' , ■ „; 


Apr. 


26, 


1920. 


7 


30 


P. 


M. 


New Castle. 


Troop B, 


Apr. 


28, 


1926, 


7:00 


P. 


M. 


Tyrone. 


Troop C, 


Apr. 


22, 


1926, 


7:00 


P. 


M. 


2nd & Forster Sts., Har- 












risburg. 


Troop D, 


Apr. 


16, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Carlisle. 


Troop B, 


Apr. 


15, 


1926, 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Chambersburg. 


Troop F, 


Apr. 


29, 


1926. 


7:30 


P. 


M. 


Punxsutawney. 


52ND MACHINE GUN 


SQUADRON (ARMY TROOPS) 


Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Headnuarters, 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Headquarters Detacliraent, 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Medical Detachment (Med. Sec), 


Apr. 


12, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Belletoute. 


Medical Detachment (Vet. Sec), 


Apr. 


14, 


1926, 


2 


30 


P. 


M. 


Lewistown. 


Troop A, 


Apr. 


10, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Boalsburg. 


Troop B, 


Apr. 


13, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Bellefonte. 


Troop C, ■ ; 


Apr. 


14, 


1926, 


2 


30 


P. 


M. 


Lewistown. 


125TH ENGINEER BATTALION 


(MOUNTED), (ARMY TROOPS) 


Units. 


Date. 


Hour. 


Location of Armory. 


Company A, 


Apr. 


80, 


1926, 


8 


00 


P. 


M. 


Howard & 10 Sts., Al- 


















toona. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 
Governor and Gommander-in-Ghief. 



F. D, BEARY, 

The Adjutant-General. 



Official : 



Adjutant. 



"General Orders / 
No. 25. i 



(G. O. 25) 

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

• _ ; Harrisbiirg, Pa., Deconber 1, 1925. 



Appointments and Assignments of Officers, 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, 

Reassignments of Officers, 

Reassignment of Officer, 

Officer Relieved from Duty 

Officer Relieved from Detail, 



. •-.;.> ■ Section 

I 

II 

Ill 

IV 

V 

VI 

Resignations of Officers, VII 

Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and Prop- 
erty, VIII 

Death of Officer, JX 

Vacation of Commission, X 

Leaves of Absence of Officers, XI 

Termination of Leave of Absence, ' xi I 

Termination of Federal Recognition, XIII 

Federal Recognition of Officers ! . ! ! ! XIV 

I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Date of Ap- 
pointment. 


Rank 


From. 


Assignment. 


Chaplain. 
John Harvey Lee^ 


Captain, 


Nov. 


27, 


'25. 


Nov. 


27, 


'25, 


Hq., 103rd Cavalry. 


Engineers. 
Eaviland Wright, 


Captain, 


Nov. 


5, 


'25, 


Nov. 


5. 


'25. 


Co. D, 103rd EngrS. 


Field Artillery. 
John Nuckel, 


Major, 


Nov. 


4, 


•25, 


Nov. 


4. 


'25, 


1st Bn. Hq., 107th 
F. A. 

2nd Bn. Hq., 176th 


John Henry Scheen, 


1st Lieut., 


Nov. 


20, 


'25, 


Nov. 


20, 


'25, 


















F. A., as Liaison 

Officer. 
Btry. D, 107th F. A. 
3rd Bn. n(i. Btrv. & 

Comb. Tn., loSth F 


John Fredrick Holmes, 
Edward Thomas Asklow, 


2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut,, 


Nov. 
Nov. 


4, 
20, 


'25, 
'25, 


Nov. 
Nov. 


4, 
20, 


'25. 
'25, 


Cavalry. 
Sheridan Ingerton, 
Norynan Craig Ash, 
J ohn Edwards Davisson, 
Joseph John Wall, 


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


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


1. 
13, 
13, 
13, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 


Nov. 

- 

Nov. 
Nov. 


4, 
13, 
13, 
13, 


'25, 
'25, 
'25, 
'25, 


A. 

Troop D, 103rd Cav. 
Serv. Tr., 103rd Cav. 
Troop A, 103rd Cav.. 
Troop B, 103rd Cav.. 


Infantry. 
Otto Praeger, Jr., 


1st Lieut., 


Nov. 


30, 


'25, 


Nov. 


30, 


'25, 


1st Bn. Hq. Co.. 111th 



Inf. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers; 



Name. 



Medical Corps, 
Medical Department 
James Robert Smith, 

Dental Corps. 
Medical Department. 
Edward Ev&r-ett P. Sleppy, 

Field Artillery. 
Leo Aloysius Tierney, 

Infantry. 
Louis Alvah Cobbett, 



Rank. 



Captain, 

Major, 

Captain, 

Captain, 



Date of Re- 
appointment. 



Nov. . 1, '25, 

Nov. 1, '25, 

Nov. 11, '25, 

Nov. 1, '25, 



Rank From. 



Nov. 1, '20, 

Nov. 1, '20, 

Nov. 11, 20, 

Nov. 1, '20. 



Reassignment. 

Med. Det., 112th Inf. 

Hq., 103rd Med. Regt. 
Btry. B, 109th F. A. 
Co. L, 109th Inf. 



(G. O. 25) 



III. Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 



George W. PMlUps, 

John H. BlacJcman, 
Jr.. 

Ralph B. Vmsted, 
George W. Mayer, 
Henry L. Jones, 
George L. Lindsley, 
Harold B. Lever, 
Clyde E. Fisher, 



Bank. 



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



Old Assignment. 



A.-G. Dept., S. S. C. 
& D., 

Btry. F, 109th F. A., 

Co. C, 103rd Engrs., 

I. P. & T. Q., 1st Bn. 

Hq., 107th F. A., 
Btry. D, 109th P. A., 

1st Bn. Hq. Co., llltb 
Inf., 

Adjt., 1st Bn. Hq., 

103rd Engrs., 
Hq. Tr., 104th Cav., 



New Assignment. 



Adj. Sec., Hq., 28th 

Div.. .Ts Asst. Adjt., 
Hq., 109th F. A., as 

I. P. & T. Offlcer, 
1st Bn. Hq., lOSrd 

Engrs., as Adjt., 
Btry. C, 107th F. A., 

as Comdg. Officer, 
Btry. F, 109th F. A., 

as Comdg. Offlcer, 
Serv. Co., 11th Inf., 

Hq., 103rd Engrs., as 

P. & T. Officer, 
Tr. C, 104th Cav., 



Date of Ee- 
assignment. 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 20, '25. 
I Nov. SO, '25. 



IV. In order to conform to Table of Organization No. 426- A, N. G., effective 
October 1, 1925, Second Lieutenant Lamiert M. Smith is assigned as Com- 
manding Offlcer, Headquarters Detachment, First Squadron, 104th Cavalry, 
as of November 30, 1925, and will continue his duties as Intelligence, Plans 
and Training Offlcer, Headquarters, First Squadron, 104th Cavalry. 

Y. In order to conform to Table of Organization No. 426-A, N. G., effective 
October 1. 1925, First Lieutenant Earl R. Moncj is relieved from duty as Com- 
manding Officer, Headquarters Detachment, First Squadron, 104th Cavalry, as 
of November 30, 1925, and will continue his duties as Adjutant, Headquarters, 
First Squadron, 104th Cavalry. 

VI. Captain George W. Phillips, Adjutant-General's Department, State Staff 
Corps and Departments, detailed for duty to Headquarters, 28th Division, as 
Assistant Adjutant, by Par. II, G. O. No. 6, A. G. O., series 1924, is relieved 
as of November 24, 1925. 

VII. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 



Henry L. Klein. 
Grafton J. Williams, 
Ludwig P. Vollers, 
Hugh E. Diggins, 
Harry G. Kohlhaas, 
ErtiAn A. Harvey, 
Eric H. Peterson, 
Joseph G. Peacock, 




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



Organization. 



M. C, Med. Det., 103rd Engineers, 
Battery F, 109th Field Artillery, 
Service Troop, 103rd Cavalry, 
1st Sq. Hq. & Hq. Det., 104th Cav., 
Battery C, 213th C. A. (A.-A.), 
Batterv F, 213th C. A. (A.-A.), 
Battery E, 108th Field Artillery, 
Company D, 110th Infantry, 



Date of Ac- 
ceptance of 
Resignation. 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



VIII. Acceptance 
Property : 



of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


Robert 8. McKee, 
Harold S. Hayden, 
William E. Helliwell, 
Fred A. Steele, 

John A. Felty, 
John E. Trego, 


Major, 
Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

1st Lieut. 

(Prov.), 
1st Lieut. 

(Prov.), 


Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly San. Det., 10th Inf.). 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Co. B, 103rd Engrs.), 
Dnassi^rned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Co. C, 111th Inf.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

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

Div. Tn.), 
Unassicned (Super.) List, 

(formerly 1st Sq. Hq. Det., 104thCav.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly 1st Sq. Hq. Det., 104thCav.), 



Date cf Ac- 
ceptance of 
Resignation. 



Jan. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Dec. 

May 
Mar. 



3 



(G. O. 25) 



IX. Announcement is made of the death of Second Lieutenant Frederick C. 
Rice, 28th Military Police Company, Special Troops, 28th Division, which oc- 
curred on November 24, 1925. 

X. Under the provisions of Section 77, National Defense Act, approved 
June 3, 1926, and Section 14, of an Act of Assembly, approved May 17, 1921, 
the commission of First Lieutenant Lawrence M. Mulhall, Headquarters Bat- 
tery and Combat Train, First Battalion, 109th Field Artillery, is vacated by 
reason of absence without leave for three months, as of November 20, 1925. 

XL Leaves of Absence of Officers : 



Name. 



Albert R. Stuetz, 
Robert J. Schlindwein, 
William W. Reynolds, 



Eank. 


Organization. 


From. 


Captain, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


103rd Observation Sq., 
Co. H, 112tli Inf., 
Hq., 109th Inf., 


Nov. G, '35. 
Dec. 1, '25, 
Nov. 1, '25, 



To. 



Dec. C, '25. 
Mar. 1, '36. 
Dec. 81, '25. 



XII. Captain Charles W. Cunningham, Service Company, 110th Infantry, 
having returned to his proper station, leave of absence granted by Par. VII, 
G. O. No. 2.3, A. G. 0., c. s., is terminated as of November 23, 1925. 

XIII. Federal recognition of Second Lieutenant Edgar Franklin Heffner, Jr.. 
Cavalry, Troop F, 103rd Cavalry, is terminated by the Militia Bureau, as of 
October 23, 1925, by reason of being physically disqualified. 

XIV. Federal Recognition of Officers. 



Name. 



Thomas H. Cassady, 
Edtoin M. Clark, 
John M. Davis, 

Roland Dennis, 
Arthur E. Kinsley, 
John Lawrie, 
Charles H, Middleton, 

Norman W. Rowley, 
Henry B. Thompson, 
Saviuel B. Ward, 
Meredith M. Watson, 
Albert J. West, 
William Whalen, Jr., 



Bank. 



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

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

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



Organization. 



Battery F, ITGth Field Artillery, 
Battery B, lOTth Field Artillery. 
1st Bn. Hq. Btry & Comb. Tn., 107th 
F. A., 

Service Company, 109th Infantry, 

Troop B, 103rd Cavalry, 

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

Ord. Dept., 103rd Ord. Co. (Main.), 

Spec. Trs., 28th Div., 
Hq., 52nd Cavalry Brigade, 
2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 111th Infantry, 
Company C, 111th Infantry, 
Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 
[Company B, 112th Infantry. 
Troop B, 103rd Cavalry, 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Oct. 


24, 


•25. 


Oct. 


24, 


'2n. 


June 


16, 


'23. 


Oct. 


V.i. 


'25. 


Oct. 


7, 


'25. 


Oct. 


24, 


'25. 


Oct. 


7, 


'25. 


Oct. 


7, 


'25. 


Oct. 


24, 


'25. 


Oct. 


24, 


'25. 


Sept. 


12, 


•25. 


Oct. 


24, 


•25. 


Oct. 


17, 


•26. 



By order of GIFFORD PINCHOT, 

Governor and Commander Anr-Ghief. 

► F. D. BBARY, 

Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



ii-yi 




(G. O. 26) 



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



Harrisburg, Pa., December IS, 1925. 



General Orders 
No. 2G 



f ; 



( ■ 



Section 



^ Enlistment Records, 

Quarterly Returns, 

Reports of National Guard Duty Performed, 
Rescission of Certain General Orders 



I 

II 
III 
IV 



I. Enlistment Records. — Effective January 1, 1926, all enlistments in the 
Pennsylvania National Guard will be accomplished on W. D. M. B. Form No. 
21-24 (Edition July 1, 1925), which is a combination Enlistment Record with 
Service Record attached. 

The Enlistment Record will be accomplished in duplicate on typewriter, if 
available, and by carbon process. The original Enlistment Record, with 
Service Record attached, will be folded and filed in the Service Record Tray 
of Desk "A" until the soldier is separated from the service when the original 
Enlistment Record will be transferred to the inactive files of the organization 
and the attached Service Record be detached, completed by final indorse- 
ment, and forwarded to the Adjutant General. In case of transfer the original 
Enlistment Record, with Service Record attached, will be transmitted to the 
Commanding Officer of the unit to which the soldier is transferred. The dupli- 
cate Enlistment Record will be forwarded to the Adjutant General direct im- 
mediately after the enlistment is made and both copies signed. -1^, /. r 

The use of certain blank forms will be discontinued, as follows: ^ -f, 

A. G. O. No. 22-1, Enlistment Paper. ^, .■,f,...><.i M-'-i^--'^ 

• A. G. O. No. 22, Identification Record Card. "'V ■ :? ' "'.1?^;^. 'ijv t -^^ 
A. G. O. No. 29a, Extract from Service Record. • ■ ■ ^ ^ , 

A. G. O. No. 135-1, Physical Examination for Enlistment. " / 

W. D. M. B. No. 21, Enlistment Record (Edition March 1, 1924). '''' . 
M. D. No. 81, Vaccination Register. --^<=- >-- > -J^J-- 

II. Quarterly Returns. — A Quarterly Return, prepared on Forms A. G. O. 
Pa. Nos. 2, 2a and 2b, will be rendered to cover the period December 1st to 
31st, 1925. Thereafter this return will not be reguired, but will be super- 
seded by W. D. M. B. Form No. 100, Report of National Guard Duty performed. 

III. Reports of National Guard Duty Performed. — Effective January 1, 



(G. O. 26) 



2 



3926, the commanding officer of each headquarters and each unit will keep 
a monthly record of all duty performed by each member of the organization, . 
and of the strength thereof, on W. D. M. B. Form No. 100, Report of National 
Guard DTity Performed, and will furnish copies of same as required. 

One report (the original) will be prepared at the beginning of each month 
and kept current during the month. At the end of the month three copies will ' 
be prepared and mailed not later than the eighth day of the following month. 
A fourth copy may be prepared, if desired, to be retained with the organiza- 
tion records. 

The first copy of the three copies will be forwarded to the Adjutant Gen- ' 
eral, through channels, and must reach Division Headquarters not later than 
the fifteenth day of the following month. Such data as is desired will be ab- 
stracted from the reports at Division Headquarters and they will then be 
immediately forwarded. 

Commanding officers of regiments and similar organizations may also ab- 
stract such data as is desired from reports passing through their respective 
headquarters. 

The remaining two copies will be forwarded direct to the Instructor on 
duty with the organization for check and proper disposition. 

The original report prepared at the beginning of the month and kept cur- 
rent during the month will in no event be destroyed, but will be attached to 
the retained copy, if prepared, and filed in the remainder of Desk "A" until 
it becomes one year old, when it will be transferred to the permanent file 
in Desk "B." 

In order to secure uniformity in the rendition of the reports the following 
will be observed : 

(a) Reports for Headquarters of Cavalry, Coast Artillery, Engineers, 
Field Artillery and Infantry Regiments will include the officers assigned to 
Squadron and Battalion Headquarters, but in no instance will they include 
officers assigned to Squadron Headquarters Detachments, Coast Artillery 
Battalion Headquarters Batteries and Combat Trains, Field Artillery Head- 
quarters Batteries and Combat Trains or Infantry Battalion Headquarters 
Companies. 

(b) Reports for Batteries, Companies, Troops and Detachments will in- 
clude all officers assigned to such unit, together with all enlisted men serv- 
ing therein. 

The use of certain blank forms will be discontinued, as follows : 

A. G. O. No. 73, Basic Strength Return. 
W. D. M. B. No. 107, Report of Attendance at Drills. 
W. D. No. 367b, Record of Attendance at Drills. 
W. D. No. 367b, Cover for W. D. No. 367b. 



Copies of Special Orders issued by commanding officers of regiments and 



3 

(G. O. 26) 

similar organizations relating to the change of status of enlisted men will no 
longer be required by the Adjutant General. Extreme care will be taken to 
accurately record the data relating to Changes of Status in the remarks 
column on the reports. 

IV. Rescission of Certain General Orders. — General Orders, No. 7, A. G. O. 
series 1922, and No. 24, A. G. O. series 1923, both of which relate to the ren- 
dition of Monthly Strength Returns, are hereby rescinded. 

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

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjutant-General. 

Official : 



Adjutant. 



■s 



(G. O. 27) 

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



Harrisbnrg, Pa., December 31, 1923. 



Geueral Order 
No. 27. 



Section 

Api3ointmeiits and Assignments of Officers I 

Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers, II 

Reassignments of Officers, Ill 

Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List, IV 

Transfers of Officers to National Guard Resex've, V 

> Resignations of Officers VI 

Leaves of Absence of Officers VII 

Acceptance of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and Prop- 
erty, VIII 

Federal Recognition of Officers, IX 

Federal Recognition of Organization X 



I. Appointments and Assignments of Officers : 



Name. 



Judge-Advocate 
General's Department. 
John Mcllhenny Smith., 

Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
John Dohner Boger, 

Leiois Thayer Mitchell, 

Dental Corps, 
Medical Department. 
Joseph Francis Yates, 

Engineers. 
Harry Johnson, Jr., 

Field Artillery. 
Henry Lawrence Jones, 
Harold Hill Douthitt, 
Clarence Spencer Marsh, 

► Cavalry. 
Charles Taylor Cabrera, 

Infantry. 

Clarence William Urban, 
Thomas Orville Maloney, 



Rank. 



Captain, 

Major, 
Captain, 

Captain, 
1st Lieut. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
2ud Lieut. 



1st Lieut.. 



Captain, 
2nd Lieut. 



Date of -•'.p- 
pointm^nt. 



Dec. 7, '25, 

Dec. 9, '2.5, 

Dec. 30, '25. 

Dec. 31, '25, 

Dec. 7, '25, 

Dec. 30, '2.5. 

Nov. 20, '25, 

Dec. 15, '25, 

Dec. 30, '25. 



Dec. 



9, '25, 



Dee. 17. '25. 



Eank From. 



Dec. 1, '19, 

Dec. 9, '25, 

Dec. 30, '25, 

Dec. 31, '25, 



Dec. 



Nov. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



7, '25, 



Dec. .30, '25, 



20, '25, 



Dec. 15, '25, 
Dec. 30, '25, 



9. '25, 
17, '25, 



Assignment. 



J.-A.-G. Dept., S. S. 0. 
& D. 



Med. Corps, S. S. C. 
& D. 

Med. Det., lOTtli F. A. 



Med. Det., ICStli F. A. 

C, 103rd 



Company 
Eugrs. 



Battery F, lOPth F. A. 
Battery C, 176t!i F. A. 
Battery D, lOSth F. A. 



Hq. Troop, 103rd Cav. 



Company F, 112th Inf. 
Company A, 112tli Inf. 



II. Reappointments and Reassignments of Officers ; 



Name. 



Medical Corps, 
Medical Department. 
John Horton Doane, 

Herbert Hilary Sullivan, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
Captain, 



Date of V~.c- 
appointuient. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



13, '25, 
13, '25, 



Eank From. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



13, '20, 
13, '20, 



Epassignment. 



Amb. Co. No. 108, 

103rd Med. Regt. 
Med. Det., 176th F. A. 



(G. O. 27) 

III. Reassignments of Officers : 



Name. 


Rank. 


Old Assignment. 


New Assignment. 


Date of Re- 
assignment. 


James A. Dennis, 
John L. Dressier, 

Louis J. Merk, 

Rutherford E. Wat- 
kins, 

Frank J. Fredericks, 


1st Lieut., 
1st Lieut., 

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


nq. BIry., lOTtli P. A., 

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

Company E, lOStb Inf., 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., 109tli 
Inf., 

Company G, 112tli 
Inf., 


Hq., 107 til P. A., as 
Liaison Officer, 

Hq. Btry., 107th F. 
A., as Comdg. Offi- 
cer, 

2nd Bn. Hq., 109th 
Inf., 

Company B, 109th Inf., 

as Comdg. Officer, 
Company H, 112th Inf., 


Dec. 9, '25. 
Dec. 9, '25. 

Dec. 9, '2ci. 
Dec. 9, '25. 
Dee. 22, '25. 



IV. Transfer of Officer to Unassigned (Supernumerary) List. 



Name. 


Eank. 


Organization. 


Date of Trans- 
fer to Super- 
numerary List. 


Sinclair K. Yarrington, 


Captain, 


Comp.Tny E, 109th Infantry, 


Dec. 9, '25. 



V. Transfers of Officers to National Guard Reserve : 



Name. 



William D. Forsyth, 
Manning W. Dodson, 




1st Lieut., 
2nd Lieut. 



Organization. 



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



Company H, 112th Infantry, 
Company H, 111th Infantry, 



Dec. 
Dec. 



21, '25. 
30, '25. 



VI. Resignations of Officers : 



Name. 


Bank. 


Harry L. Briney, 
James 8. Logan, 
Joseph F. Yates, 
Donald B. Stees, 
Graham Dougherty, 
Sarvey G. Bintrim, 
Louis M. Barry, 


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



Organization. 



D. 0., Med Det., 107th F. A., 
M. C, Med Det., 107th F. A., 
D. C, Med. Det., 108th F. A., 
3rd Bn. Hq., 108th Field Artillery, 
Battery D, 108th Field Artillery, 
Troop A, 104th Cavalry, 
Battery F, 108th Field Artillery, 



Date of Ac- 
ceptance of 
Resignation. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dee. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



VII. Leaves of Absence of Officers: 



Name. 


Rank. 


Organization. 


From. 


To. 


Herbert E. Simrell, 
Edgar V. H. Bell, 
Harry J. McCaughin, 


Major, 
Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


Med. Det., 109th Inf., 
Troop A, 103rd Cavalry, 
28th Tank Co., Spec. 
Trs., 28th Div., 


Jan. 1, '26, 
Nov. 15, '25, 
Nov. 1, '25, 


Apr. 1, '26. 
Dec. 31, '25. 
Dec. 15, '25. 



VIII. Acceptance 
Property : 



of Resignations of Officers responsible for Funds and 



Name. 



Frank R. Burgard, 
Heigh A. Marietta, 
Galen D. Dodge, 
Melvin R. Bassett, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 

Ist Lieut. 

(Prov.), 
1st Lieut. 

(Prov.). 



Organization. 



Date of Accept- 
ance of Resig- 
nation. 



Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly Tr. E, 103rd Cav.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly How. Co., 110th Inf.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly 3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th Inf.), 
Unassigned (Super.) List, 

(formerly 3rd Bn. Hq. Co., 112th Inf.), 



Feb. 


6, 


•25. 


June 


20, 


'24. 


July 


10, 


'22. 


Jan. 


1, 


'22. 



(G. O. 27) 



IX. Federal Recognition of Officers : 



Name. 



Korman C. Ash, 
Edward T. Asklow, 

John E. Davisson, 
Stanley I. Giltner, 
John P. Holmes, 
John H. Lee, 
Walter L. Poorman, 
John H. Scheen, 
William A. Sexton, 
Joseph J. Wall, 



Eank. 



2nd Lieut., 
2nd Lieut., 

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



Organization. 



!?'erTice Tr., 103rd Cavalry, 
3rd Bn. Hq. Btry. & Comb. Tn., 
F. A., 

Troop A, 103rd Cavalry, 

P. A., 103rd Ammunition Train, 

Battery D, 107th Field Artillery, 

Chaplain, Hq., 103rd Cavalry, 

Troop A, 52nd M. G. Squadron, 

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

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

Troop B, 103rd Cavalry, 



108th 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Nov. 


13. 


'25. 


Nov. 


20, 


'25. 


Nov. 


13, 


'25. 


Oct. 


30, 


'25. 


Nov. 


4, 


'25. 


Nov. 


27, 


'25. 


May 


21, 


'25. 


Nov. 


20, 


'25. 


Oct. 


31, 


'25. 


Nov. 


13. 


'25. 



X. Federal Recognition of Organization : 



Organization. 



Headquarters, Hospital Battalion, 103rd Medical Regiment, 



Date of 
Federal 
Recognition. 



Oct. 



'25. 



By order of GIFFORD PINOHOT. 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

F. D. BEARY, 
Adjufant-Oeneral. 



Official : 



Adjutant.