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 - No gas gas We Extend a Cordial Welcome TO THESE...
No gas gas We Extend a Cordial Welcome TO THESE 51 New Lincoln Families In the past seven days the 51 families listed below moved to Lincoln to make their home. They come from many states to live in one of the finest communities in the nation--we take this opportunity to extend to them a cordial welcome. Emerson T. Alderman, Harvard, Neb. Dorothy Atkenson, Arlington, Va. Morris Fernbach, New York City, N. Y. Paul A. Grant, Omaha, Neb. John J..Monroe, Sullivan, III. Robert E. Musselman, Abilene, Kas. Marion M. Petrlng, Nebraska City, Neb. Gerald A. Roberts, Hastings, Neb. Guy Rood, Sterling, Neb. Mrs. Maude Reimers, Crete, Neb. Michael Sector, Hammond, Ind. Robert L. Bennett, Pittsburg, Calif. Earl M. Cooper, Miami Beach, Fla. Richard S. Grant, Beatrice. Neb. Robert l_. Heffelfinger, Beatrice, " Neb. Paul R. Lorance, Auburn. Neb. Mayo F. McAcy. New Orleans, L». Lua M. Phelps, Superior, Neb. Ralph Singher, St. Paul, Minn. Howard H. Wilbam, Los Angeles, Calif. Margaret Biggins, Sidney, la. Walter E. Byers, Milwaukee, Wis. Reed W. Compton, Marysville, Kas. \Freman B. Decker, Wayne, Neb. Elsa E. Geesen, Seward, Neb. Rubert H. Griess, Camp Barklsy, Tex. Elmer H. Nelson, Miami Beach, Fla. James A. Presley, Long Beach, Calif. Joseph M. Sacerich, Hammond, Ind. Hiram W. Arnold, Cowles, Neb. Francis W. Hall, Cadiz, O. August V. Radek, Verona, N. J. .Alvin Rand, Seattle, Wash. Donald L. Rominger, Grand Island, Neb. James E. Syar, Ironton, O. Albert J. Wergln, Mllford, Neb. B. Beetein, Beatrice, Neb. Harold Dennis, Detroit, Mich. Wayne Harsh, Plymouth, Neb. Julia Honickman, New York City, N. Y. William M. Johnson, Pueblo, Colo. Ralph S. Metheny, Hot Springs, Ark. Claude E. Rowden, Fremont, Neb. Dan Skelly, Philadelphia, Pa. Pauline R. De Boer, Firth, Neb. L. M. Oixon, Polk, Neb. Lois Fosler, Milford, Neb. Grace Marlow, Aurora, Neb. Warren A. White, Kansas City. la. In addition many other men and women have come to Lincoln and are renting rooms ... we regret that it impossible to get their naraes and bid them welcome individually -- but the welcome Is no less sincere.

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  1. The Nebraska State Journal,
  2. 22 Aug 1943, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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