"...and Byera avenue, at 8 o'clock tonight. Pupils of the eighth grade will SIKESTON BOY KILLED IN ACTION IN PACIFIC Sikeston, Mo., Dec. 18.-tTO-Mr, and Mrs. JamesBall of Slkeston today received a telegram from ... the navy department saying their son, James W. Ball, 19 yeara old, had been "lost in action In the Pacific." have principal parts tn the play, with the boys' chorus of the school assisting in the program ... mursbal, wbo gained tame as one of UtB most colorful of the city's eRrly-day peace olfl-oers, died at his home in Boynton, Okla., at 3 o'clock yesterday morning:, friends of the family were advised. Tha son ... was a native of Joplin and, in accordance with his wish that his funeral bo held In the stands hn the lot once..."
"...9. 1908 at postoffice In Sikeston, Missouri Number 51 The World This Week Matthews Boy Killed in Action James W. Ball Listed Among Casualties in Hawaii MADE SUPREME SACRIFICE The House ... anounced this week that married men between the ages of 18 to 35 will be accepted James W. Ball, brother of Mrs. Dave Littleton of Sikeston, was among those killed in "naval ac- tion" at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii ... , according to a message received early Tuesday morning by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. JamesBall of Matthews. The message was sent by Rear Admiral C. W. Nimitz of Washr ington, Chief of Navigation. The message ... Spalding and Miss Lois Ball, of Matthews. NEW STATE TROOPERS APPOINTED BY SUPT. GINN Leaders..."