Fred Brinkmann's place of origin
COMPLETE PLANS MADE FOR LINCOLN'S CIVIC BANQUET An even thirty forclsncrs \\ho have established their homes In Lincoln since July 4, 1!Â»12, arc to be guests of honor at the first annual civic banquet--one banquet--one of the features ot the safe and sane celebration. Of Uio number number four are German, eleven German- Russian, four Swedish, two Syrians, four Danish, one Swiss, three English and one Hollander. 'According to the arrangements ol Miss Luclle Eaves, chairman of the civic bancjuct committee, the different nationalities will be grouped in sections sections about the auditorium. Besides thp men and their families who have come to this country within the past year will be other large delegations of the older nationalized citizens. It 1Â» "promised that large numbers of ItaHans, Germans and Greeks -will be present at the dinner. ,Â· The flags and seals of the countries represented will be raised on standards standards over the section where the for.. for.. elgn citizens are grouped. In charge of each delegation will be prominent men of Lincoln, many of them representing representing the nationality of the group, Short addresses of welcome will be made and In the case of the larger delegations, such as the Germans, the Russians and the Italians, the naturalized naturalized citizens will rise and sing their national hymns. Â· Hosts in charge of the dlfferen groups will be: Professor Laurence Fossler, professor of German at the university,""with the German section- Kels V. Hanson, former, state food cmmissloner with the Danish section 3C. A. Peterson, a prominent attorney of Lincoln with the Swedish section T. F. A. Williams, who with his %\lf baa taken an active part In the settle mcnt work among the German-Bus eians of the city, with the German "Russians, Duncan Campbell with th Scots, and Alexander Keriakndes wltr the Greeks. Other appointments fo the remainder of the groups have yet to be made. It was decided today that the Metcalfe Metcalfe address which was originally planned for St. Paul's church shall he transferred- to the banquet at noon. Because of thJ probable heat of the day. every effort will be made to shorten shorten the program and besides the speecr of the new governor of Panama, tnerf- Â·will "be no others, excepting the brief Â·welcoming addresses. W. A Selleck Â·will have charge of-the meeting. The list of the newly naturalized ens who will lc guests of the Lincoln Commercial club at the dinner is ast Sprlans--Edward Ukacn Ferris of "urzel. now a merchant at H24 I 1 treet, Joseph Joseph ftlzk of Bolnet, now a medical student, residing nt South Tenth street. Danes--Robert "Beck, of Romuln, now Â» carpenter living at 2049 Holdrego street; Jens Madsen Klnggaard ot Vamdrup, now a clork, residing at 1427 G street; Frederick William Berk of Marlbo, now a painter, residing at 601 Maple street, Niels Hcrnwn ot Srrendeleo, now a horseshoer, resld- ng at 1321 North Twenty-sixth Htreet. Swiss--John Anton Bigger ot St. Gallen, Niels Canton, now residing at 239 South Eleventh street. English--Ernest Wellington Freeman Freeman of London, now a. laundryman, residing at 1544 C street; Frederick George Everett of Norfolk, now a farmer living near Lincoln; Christopher Christopher Wilson ot Cumberland, now a contractor, residing at 1244 C street. Dutch--Jrtartirus Koolen of De\ enter, enter, Netherlands; now a minister, re- sidlnfe at 540 DNstrect. Swedes--Carl Joluin Olson of Dunk- and, now a farmer living near Lincoln; Lincoln; Arvld BJorstrom of Gothenburg, now a typesetter, living at College View; Bcrnhaid Kalen of Gothenburg, Sweden, now'a carpenter of College View; Louis Anderson of Skone. Sweden, now living at 2049 South Nineteenth street Germans: Johann August Holdrich, 527 South Eleventh,'from Ober Welgs- dorf; Friderlch W. Busche, 703 C strnet, from Hol/hauSen; Frledrlch Simon Wllhclm Brinkman, ?124 South Thirteenth street, from Langenholzhausen, Langenholzhausen, Clause Mohr, 612 North Twenty-seventh street, from Marne. Russians--Johannes .Urbach, 1127 North Nlneth street, from Saratow; John Hinkle, 82 North Twelfth street, from Saratow; Peter Gartner, 616 C street, from OJessa.; Johann Peter Scheldt, 510 C street, from Stepnole, Jacob Kirsch, 246 D Street, from tfow; Peter Grass, 332 E street, from Frank; Conrad Hoff, 346 C street, Frank, Jacob Hill. 321 G street, from Walter Chuter, George H. Huender- gardt, College View, from Weiaenmll- ler; George J. Berbst, 902 Wood street, from Frank; Wllhelm Wolf, C street, from Norga.