Clipped From Lansing State Journal
SALVATION ARMY LASS TO TELL OF FIRST LINE Capt. Lillian M. Fullmer, who spent 14 months in France, four months of which, toge'.her wl'h two other girls she traveled with the First Ammunition train, going with them to the three great American offensives, Soissons, St. Mchicl ani the Argonne. will te'l her thrilling story Sunday, afternoon at 3 p. m. at the Salvation hall. 117 E. Allegan st. The public .In invited t attend. Of Captain Fullmer It is said she knew what it was to sleep in caves, tents and in the open, nnd operate a canteen wherever convenient sometimes In a French barn or under a shelter of canvas camouflaged with brush. ' She also found it no hardship to line up with the men for chow and travel in the ammunition trucks from one point of action to another. She also knew at times what It meant to look for an air raid every clear night. - She spent six weeks In Paris during the time-"Big Bertha-' was sending her love-letters over. After the Armutice was signed she worked In Gondrecourc and Verdun. ... !