Page 5, Die Welt-Post, Thursday, March 13, 1924 (Translated courtesy Hugh Lichtenwald)
Where Are The Following Volga Germans?
The refugees in the Homecoming Camp Frankfurt a. O. in Germany urgently asked me when I left to do everything I could to obtain the addresses of some relatives and friends for them. With this I do so and cordially ask all compatriots in America, if they know anything about the whereabouts of the below named persons, to send this to me at the address: Dr. Rothermel c/o Mr. David Lindsay, White Star Line, One Broadway, New York City.
Georg Honecker from Marienberg, earlier living in Denver, Colo.; Johannes Distel and Johannes Pascal from Seelmann; Heinrich Schoenmaier from Rosenfeld; R. Kinderknecht, living earlier in Kansas; Johannes Mitzig and Margar. Diener from Goebel; Jakob Weingardt from Rommel; Johannes Peter Graf, Adam Molenthor, Adam Schmidt, Joseph Schaefer, Georg Heinrich from Josepstahl; David and Karl Kraus and Reinwald Graf from Hussenbach; Heinrich Goldman from Krasny Kut; Johannes Keil from Philippsfeld; Gustav Koehler from Boaro; Wilhelm Langenhagen from South Russia; Konrad Heinz, Georg Luchthold, David and Wilhelm Romhard from Neu-Hussenbach; Friedrich Wilhelm Keil ad Mrs. Maria Schilling from Hussenbach; Johannes Bauer and Konrad Brester from Neu-Norka; Jakob and Heinrich Schneidmueller from Hussenbach; Jakob Herrmann and Georg Herrmann from Hussenbach (these last should be living in Canada); Andreas Mueller (brother-in-law of Rudolf Lorfink) from Volhynia; Heinrich Lutz from Langenfeld, Georg Lutz from Eckheim; Franz and Anton Glasmann, Johannes Schmidt, Franz Schreiner from Rohleder; Reinhardt and David Graeb, Peter and Karl Seib, all from Kraft; Peter Gasner (Canada) from Brabander; Johann Philipp Kramer from Warenburg; Heinrich Brehm from Warenburg; Teacher Johannes Elenberger from Brunnenthal; Aloisius Lauer from Rothammel; Gustav, Emil, Rudolf, Berta Heyn, sought by Mrs. Ottilie Rose, nee Heyn.
In addition I ask the following Volga Germans to send me their correct addresses so that I can send them important letters which were returned as undeliverable:
John Eckhardt (Camper Man), Johannes Buchner (Marya, Kansas), Johannes Storm (Kansas City, 1968 Stewart R. ?), Karl Graf (Kansas City?), earlier a confidant in Frankfurt.