The local board has begun examination and reclassification of men without dependents who were married before the United States entered the war, according to Peter F. Hein, chairman of the board. Those who are not in "essential" work and without dependents are being examined first while those without dependents in "essential" work will be examined next.
Men with children and who are not in "essential" work will be examined when all available men in the first two groups are taken.
The following May 18, 1944, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 6, column 5:
Miss Nethery was one of the "Three J's", a trio consisting of Janet Rae Smith, Norma Jean Nethery and Dorothy Jane Ross, which won the Purdue entertainment contest in 1941 for Lake county Rural Youthers.
Miss Ross came home from Purdue and Miss Smith from her studies at Michigan State College, for the event.
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