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Veterans
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Cedar County, Nebraska



NEWS ARTICLES

GAR Post 179
By Merle A. Rudebusch

Observe Memorial Day
Cedar County News, May 26, 1916

Alva Olsen and Lester Jacobsen are in Hospital
Hartington Herald, Aug. 22, 1918

Extend War Age Limit
Cedar County News, Sept. 15, 1918

First News of War's End Received Here
Cedar County News, Nov. 14, 1918

Body of First Cedar County Soldier to Fall in Action now on High Seas (Stanley Anderson)
Cedar County News, Aug. 18, 1921

Funeral at Old Home (Stanley Anderson)
Cedar County News, Aug. 25, 1921

Body Enroute Home (Stanley Anderson)
Cedar County News, Sept. 1, 1921

Hero Laid to Rest (Stanley Anderson)
Cedar County News, Sept. 8, 1921

2 More Cedar County Boys Make Supreme Sacrifice for Country
Bernhart M.. BOTTOLFSON; Albert WEIGER
Cedar County News, Nov. 21, 1918

Civil War Veteran Gave Long Service
Joseph MORRIS of Wynot Put in Almost Five years in the Union Army

Cedar County News, July 23, 1925

Martin RAMIEL, Veteran Carrier, to Retire Soon
Cedar County News, September 17, 1931

Viewing the War With...Cedar County Soldiers and Sailors
Cedar County News, Dec. 10, 1942

Local Sailor Writes Article for First Issue of New Paper Printed on His Ship
Cedar County News, Dec. 21, 1942

Pvt. James SUDBECK Tells about Soldier's Life in Sicily
Six Men Ordered Report for Army Induction Oct. 21

Cedar County News, Oct. 14, 1943

Sgt. Donald TUTTLE Gives Vivid Picture of Plane Crash in Which He Was Burned
Cedar County News, Aug. 31, 1944

Staff Sgt. Clarence KOHLS Tells How Jap Patrols "Wiped Out" in New Guinea
Cedar County News, Sept. 21, 1944

Edward HESSE Reported Dead; Parents Notified Missing Bomber Pilot Killed in Action; Lost in Germany
Cedar County News, Dec. 07, 1944

34 County Men Died in Service (WWII)    Article Image
Cedar County News, June 27, 1946

Daniel STEFFEN Story - Killed in Korea from Cedar County
Curt Arens, Journalist

Soldiers Returning Home from Korea (Cpl. G.B. Hegge & Sgt. 1/c K.J. Dreesen)
Cedar County News




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