American Field Service Bulletin No. 5. August 1, 1917.
Once more we are obliged to add to the ever lengthening list of deaths which have been occurring lately among the men of the American Field Service. B. R. Woodworth was the first to be killed on the 15th of June, Paul Osborn followed on the 21st. Frederick Norton was killed on July 12th and, H. B. Craig on July 15th. Last Sunday night, July 29th, James Wilson Gailey, a Princeton Senior, age 21, New Park, Pa. was killed while performing his duty with Section 66. He entered the service on June 9th, 1917. Perley Raymond Hamilton of the same Section, age 24, of Clinton, Mass., was killed at the same time. He has been with the Field Service since May 26th. No further details are known as yet.
Section 71 composed of French ambulances and driven by American Field Service men left on the 31st of July under the leadership of Ronald R Speers, former chef of S. S. U. 14. The drivers of this Section are: Anspach, R.; Battles, J. P.; Battles, R. O.; Baum, G. I.; Bliss, J. I.; Brickley, R T.; Brown, G. S.; Chapell, A. C.; Conant, R.; Crosby, H. G.; Fay, A. O.; Fearing, G. R.; Fox, F. M.; Honig, L. D.; Kaiser, S. B.; James; Keplinger; Leonard, C. C.; Lewis, T. W.; May, A. R.; Moran, L. J.; Munson; Packard, K. S.; Paul; Phelan, W. F.; Rogers, J. A.; Rose, Salinger, R. B.; Spaulding, W.; Samuels, M. H.; Sando, F. B.; Space, Sproul, W.; Swasey, J. M.; Trask, Wallace, R. A.; Weeden, Weeks, E. A.; Wright, L.; Weigartenl King; Bloch.
S. S. U. 31 left the Rue Raynouard for the front on July 28th under the leadership of Mr. C. C. Battershell. The entire section was presented to the American Field Service by the New-York Cotton Exchange. The drivers of the Section are: Bingham, M. L. Coleman J. H.; Gage, H.; Hagler, K. D.; Hood, H. G.; Kent, O. A.; Kietly, R. J.; Lewis, H. W.; Loomis, O. E.; Mc Grath, F.; Meadowcroft, K. L.; Mills, M. B.; Nash, A.; Pond, A. W.; Schlager, Chas.; Olcutt, P. D.; Weber, J. White, B. C.; Wolff, Avery Royce; Wholey, W. F.; Wooley, F. F.
Mr. Charles M. Ashton. Jr. of Section 28 who was badly wounded on July 14th is now progressing favorably and with great rapidity.