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 - Mrs. F. A. Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. William...
Mrs. F. A. Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. William Brolhorst in honor of . or. to in expected the of A Victory for Good Government The people of Nebraska have always approved good state policy and government. By the same token, they have invariably rejected rejected bad state policy and bad government. It was characteristic of the wisdom and watchfulness of Nebraskans that they overwhelmingly overwhelmingly rejected the recent Prohibition proposal. The voteri i * looked upon Prohibition as bad government. The Committee is well aware that this election was no triumph for the so-called "wets." It was a victory for good government. Many of the most active workers against the return of Prohibi- tion were themselves total abstainers. The result was a victory for the traditional common sense and practical judgment of our people ... a. victory a^l Nebraskans can be proud of. V-" ~ ' ' * COMMITTEE OF MEN AND WOMEN AGAINST PROHIBITION KEITH NEVILLE, Chairman North Platte DALE MILLIKEN, Treasurer Fremont JOHN B. QUINN, Campaign Manager Lincoln MRS. NEL KRAUSE Albion -— "~~JEAN B. CAIN Fall* City CHRISTOPHER J. ABBOTT Hyannii MRS. ARTHUR MULLEN, Omaha WILLIAM A. STEWART Lexington MRS. EVELYN RYAN .... - Grand liland EMILY KRISL Lincoln WILLIAM RITCHIE Omaha MRS. W. D. McHUGH, JR. Omaha C. D. (NEAL) HASKELL -— " Laurel RICHARD H. ROGERS Lincoln

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  1. Beatrice Daily Sun,
  2. 01 Dec 1944, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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