from The Lowell Tribune, July 12, 1917, page 1, column 4:
Five More Soldier Boys
Dan Kirchenstein and Ben Nally left Tuesday of last week for Ft. Wayne, where they enlisted in the army. They passed the examination and have been assigned to their regiment.
Chester Ruley and Floyd Huebsch left Thursday morning for Ft. Wayne Ind., where they went to enlist in the U.S. Army. They will serve in the infantry.
A letter from Harvey Windbigler informs us that he has passed the examination and is now one of Uncle Sam's soldiers, and is in the Field Artillery. Harve was rejected twice--once for the aviation corps--but he was determined to fight for his country and was at last accepted.
From The Lowell Tribune, Sept. 13, 1917, page 8, column 2:
Floyd Huebsch, one of Lowell's soldier boys, is in the government hospital "somewhere in New York state," suffering with a severe attack of inflammatory rheumatism. His many friends here hope for his speedy recovery.