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  • Draft board secretary, Fred A. Smith, comments on "fight or work" ruling
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Jul 1918, p. 6, column 2     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Jul 1918, p. 6, column 2   ...
  • Calls for men put quota at low ebb
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 May 1918, p. 5, column 1     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 May 1918, p. 5, column 1   ...
  • Draft Board orders men to real jobs
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Jul 1918, p. 1, column 5     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Jul 1918, p. 1, column 5   ...
  • Biggest draft call taxes workers here
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Sep 1918, p. 1, column 4     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Sep 1918, p. 1, column 4   ...
  • Draft men get order numbers, list
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Jul 1918, p. 5, column 1     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Jul 1918, p. 5, column 1   ...
  • Local residents in army
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 May 1918, p. 1, column 1     Residents drafted: Louis B. Borre and Frank Zeutschel of Gross Point; Arthur H. Bush of Wilmette; Oscar Hostetter, Raymond T. Erbe and Vincenzo Evangelista of Winnetka; Neil M. Jeffrey of Glencoe; August J. Sturm of Morton Grove. Residents inducted: John H. Campbell, S. Dak, Julius Deisterlieft, Ernest McClanahan, Alfred G. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 May 1918, p. 1, column 1   Residents drafted: Louis B. Borre and Frank Zeutschel of Gross Point; Arthur H. Bush of Wilmette; Oscar Hostetter, Raymond T. Erbe and Vincenzo Evangelista of Winnetka; Neil M. Jeffrey of ...
  • Draft Board Ready to Complete Quota
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Feb 1918, p. 1     Physical examinations for 200 registrants placed in class 1 will be held tomorrow and Saturday mornings in the Masonic hall, third floor of the Brown building, 1139 Wilmette avenue. Comments by George J. Pope, chairman of the exemption board. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Feb 1918, p. 1   Physical examinations for 200 registrants placed in class 1 will be held tomorrow and Saturday mornings in the Masonic hall, third floor of the Brown building, 1139 Wilmette avenue. Comments ...
  • Settle Down to Work [editorial]
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Feb 1918, p. 4     Unsettled plans over draft calls make it difficult for youth to settle into regular work and jobs. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Feb 1918, p. 4   Unsettled plans over draft calls make it difficult for youth to settle into regular work and jobs. ...
  • Boys 21 since June 5 May be Called by U.S.: Local draft board nearly finished with classifications of men in this district
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 Jan 1918, p. 1     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 Jan 1918, p. 1   ...
  • 185 Men Called by Local Draft Board
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 31 Jan 1918, p. 1     The local exemption board decided last week that examinations to test the physical fitness of 185 registrants placed in class one, will be held in the Masonic hall, third floor of the Brown building, 1139 Wilmette avenue, on February 1 and 2. Men in Class One are mainly unmarried or ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 31 Jan 1918, p. 1   The local exemption board decided last week that examinations to test the physical fitness of 185 registrants placed in class one, will be held in the Masonic hall, third floor ...
  • Slackers in Draft only .026 per cent
    NewspaperText  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 Mar 1918, p. 2     Only 8,750 men were arrested as draft evaders out of almost 10,000,000 men subject to the law. ...
    NewspaperText  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 Mar 1918, p. 2   Only 8,750 men were arrested as draft evaders out of almost 10,000,000 men subject to the law. ...
  • Leaves for East
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, p. 1     Peter Oerter of Gross Point, former delivery man for A. S. Van Deusen's grocery store, was in the latest draft contingent. He left last week for Massachusetts. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, p. 1   Peter Oerter of Gross Point, former delivery man for A. S. Van Deusen's grocery store, was in the latest draft contingent. He left last week for Massachusetts. ...
  • Sixteen Drafted Men Enter Camp This Week
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, 1, 8     Sixteen men drafted into the United States army from Local Board District No. 3 covering New Trier Township will leave for Camp Grant national army cantonment on Saturday morning. Two additional Wilmette boys, Howard Shurtleff and Thomas L. Hall, left on Monday.

    List includes H. J. Hens of Gross ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, 1, 8   Sixteen men drafted into the United States army from Local Board District No. 3 covering New Trier Township will leave for Camp Grant national army cantonment on Saturday morning. Two ...
  • Few Slackers Among Draft Men Says Official Report
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, p. 2     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, p. 2   ...
  • Exemption Board Officials Situated in New Quarters
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, p. 8     Offices moved from Room 26, Brown Building, to more spacious rooms in 27 and 32 on the same floor. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Mar 1918, p. 8   Offices moved from Room 26, Brown Building, to more spacious rooms in 27 and 32 on the same floor. ...
  • Draft Board Sends 14 to Coast Guard
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Apr 1918, p. 1     Fourteen men left to enter the service in the Coast Artillery, at Fort Williams, Portland, Maine. Men selected were as follows:
    Wilmette: Joseph H. Heinzen, Henry H. Abegg, Haig N. Kashian
    Gross Point: Mathew Meier, John Schaefgen, Casper Schmitz
    Glencoe: Walter b. Stephens
    Hubbard Woods: Ernest M. Burkitt
    ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Apr 1918, p. 1   Fourteen men left to enter the service in the Coast Artillery, at Fort Williams, Portland, Maine. Men selected were as follows:
    Wilmette: Joseph H. Heinzen, Henry H. Abegg, Haig ...
  • Issue call for 102 Draft Men; 23 to Go
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 May 1918, p. 1     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 May 1918, p. 1   ...
  • Draft Board Ready for New Register
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 May 1918, p. 2     Receive order from War Department to Draft 21 year old men in case of law passage ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 May 1918, p. 2   Receive order from War Department to Draft 21 year old men in case of law passage ...
  • Draft Board Room Now a Quiet Place
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Dec 1918, p. 8     ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Dec 1918, p. 8   ...
  • [John C. Slown] is in first contingent of district's draft army
    NewspaperText  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Sep 1917, p. 1, column 3     ...
    NewspaperText  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Sep 1917, p. 1, column 3   ...
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