Frank B Boren 1942
Will Register Farm Workmen List? Of Both Mrn Anrl Jobs In Each Coinniui Of Four-Countv Area. Anticipating farm labor short- Sages this year, both in regular _ farm work and harvesting, the i Uniled statfi s Employment Ser- I • - , , , .. ! " c £ tt j'' 0ll f h ll '\ i Nebraska - has "ft its local offices in up a volunteer organization of "farm labor rep- resentatives" in towns through: through: out the state, to serve as clearing- agencies for farm workmen and | for the farmers who need them. Farmers who will need men this summer, and workmen who will j be available, are urged to conta-v | their local representatives at the earliest possible date, Robert ' Klinp manager of the Beatrice j office, said today in announcing i the list of representatives for this ' area. ' The re without will pay, Kline said, and will best, to help farmers in i do their best, to help farmers in ! rr nK thp pxtra & P -S i" | ^" m "^^ ^^ !'''PPfis. es ; ; i ! j I j i ! i The volunteer representatives, "iy counties and towns: <iage County Adams—Don Foster. Barneston—E. A. Crabb. Blue Springs—Earl Chase. Clal»nia - Ed Krauter. Cortland—Kmil Fuhrman. Ellis-—Harry Foster. Filley—Ivan Hedge. Hoimt-sville--Henry Reimer. Liberty—Donald Reirner. Ode)]-..A. W. Koch. Fickrell--Otto Schnuelle. Rockford—Floyd Jacobson. Virginia—Ben Fisher. Wymore—Earl Chase. Jefferson County Daykin—Walter Jarchow. Diller—Dr. S. B. Viers. Endicott—Clay Vaughn. Fairbury—Arnold Ruhnke. Gladstone—Charles Starck, Harbine—E. H. Jordening. Jansen—Nick Koop. Plymouth—A. B. Wells. Powell—Glenn Powell. Reynolds—Joe Thaller Steele City—P. A. Duis. Johnson County Cool<—W. C. Peterson. Crab Orchard—Lloyd Richardson. Richardson. Elkcreek—R. L. Jotees. Graf—Ralph Chittendon. Tecumseh—Charles Patch. Sterling—Harold Truscott. Vesta—Ladimere Lukes. Pawnee County Bui-chard—Will Tegtmeier. Duboia—Carroll A. Nott. Lewiston—Clyde Monzingo. Pawnee City—Prank Boren. Steinauer—Frank Morris. Table Rock—Joe W. Tomek.