|The Soldiers' Edition of the Oxford Mirror was transcribed by Janet Brandt.||Joe M. Lasack
JOE M. LASACK, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lasack, living east of this city, was born March 8th, 1893. His life has been spent almost entirely on the farm. He was one of the boys called from this township in the first draft of September 1917. Upon reporting at Anamosa he was sent to Camp Dodge, where he remained for two months and was then transferred to Camp Pike, Arkansas. The winter was spent at this camp where his company underwent some very severe drilling, and April 14th, of this year, were sent to Camp Greene only to remain eight days and then were ordered to Camp Mills, N. Y., where they spent about two weeks before boarding a transport for overseas. It is very
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