Location: Las Animas Colorado

Biographical Sketch of Herbert Hickman

Herbert Hickman is editor and owner of The Florence Bulletin, and had proved himself a very diligent and enterprising young newspaper man, coming up from the ranks of an apprenticeship as a printer. He was born in Las Animas, Colorado, December 6, 1893, a son of George W. and Maggie H. (Brown) Hickman, both of whom died when he was a small boy. His father was a native of Missouri and his mother of West Virginia. Herbert had a twin brother, Harvey Cecil, who died at the age of five years, and the youngest child, Warren Milton, was born in

Cook, Lester – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon A Former Enterprise Resident Dies In Colorado Hospital Lester Cook passed away at Fort Lyons near Las Animas, Colorado, Aug. 30th, 1920, at the age of twenty-one years and eight months. He enlisted in the U.S. Marines, December 1, 1916, and saw service in the Pacific, being sent home from the Philippines about one year ago following an attack of flu. He has since been in the hospital at Fort Lyon. He is survived by his father, Fred Cook, and sister, Mrs. Elwood Robinson of Enterprise. The body was taken to Wassau, Wisconsin, for burial. Wallowa

Cook, Lester – Obituary

Enterprise, Oregon A Former Enterprise Resident Dies in Colorado Hospital Lester Cook passed away at Fort Lyons near Las Animas, Colorado, Aug. 30th, 1920, at the age of twenty-one years and eight months. He enlisted in the U.S. Marines, December 1, 1916, and saw services in the Pacific, being sent home from the Philippines about one year ago following an attack of flu. He has since been in the hospital at Fort Lyon. He is survived by his father, Fred Cook, and sister, Mrs. Elwood Robinson of Enterprise. The body was taken to Wassau, Wisconsin, for burial. Wallowa County Reporter,