Sgt. Arthur F. Ware Awarded Distinguished Service Cross

24 More Yanks Get Bravery Crosses

  WASHINGTON, Aug. 20. - Distinguished service crosses for gallantry in 
action have been awarded to twenty-four more members of the overseas 
forces, General Pershing announced today in Section B of his communiqu‚ 
for yesterday, made public by the War Department this afternoon.
  Three of the awards were posthumous.  Among the higher officers 
honored were Lieutenant Colonel Frank H. Adams, Major General George F. 
Roselle and Captain Clarence R. Huebner.
  Others cited were:
  Lieutenants James Wilson, infantry; F. Bongardt, field artillery; 
James H. Legendre, M. C. R.; Lemuel Z. Sheppard, M. C. R.; John 
MacArthur, aero squadron, and Ward Williams Rucker, aero squadron; 
Sergeants Albert S. Elsea, M. G. B.; Robert Donaghue, Marines; Daniel 
Daly, Marines, and Privates Curd Christian Berry, infantry; James J. 
Pretty, M. G. B.; Bertram L. Ream, M. G. B.; S. J. Kendrick, F. O.; 
Louis H. Harkeny, ambulance company, and F. Fleming, infantry.
  The posthumous awards were to Lieutenants Charles F. Chapman, S. S. 
R. C., and Leonard C. Hoskins, C. A. C., U. S. R., and Sergeant Arthur 
F. Ware, Marines.

The Evening News, Harrisburg, Penna., Tuesday, August 20, 1918

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