West Bend Journal, May 24, 1956

West Bend Journal

May 24, 1956

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Issue date: Thursday, May 24, 1956

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West Bend Journal (Newspaper) - May 24, 1956, West Bend, Iowa of History and Archives Home OF THE JDURHRL REDEmPTlOP VOLUME WEST IOWA MAY 1954 NUMBER 21 100th Anniversary to be Celebrated May 31st and June 1st WITH THE MEN IN SERVICE day today for wellknown West Sergeant First Class William son of Peter West recently completed the biological and radiological GBR enlisted course Armys Chemical Corps School Fort McClel The counse gave Sergeant Haag instruction in both the combat and training techniques of CBR The sergeant entered the Army in September 1950 received1 bas ic training at Camp He is a 1949 graduate of Whillemorc Catholic High His Er lives at 22453 Vanand Ottoseri Arthur Tabor Dies Suddenly Funeral services were held Thurs Arthur Tabor Bend farmer who died1 very suddenly following a heart attack Monday at his Rites were conducted at at the Tabor home and at 2 in the Methodist church by the Harold Burial1 was in1 the local cemetery with the Bogaard funeral home of West Bend Martin son of Williftm Tabor resided at Humboldt before moving here about 13 years Surviving1 are his Agnes his Tabor of Hum re cently was promoted to specialist of Iowa City and t one daughter and one third class in Germany where he is Donald Tabor of a member of the 10th Infantry Div 1 Other survivors are one The semit to Europe under the Armys new nil rotation plan to re place the 1st has establish ed a training program as part of the Seventh a clerk in Headquarters Battery of the divi sions entered the Army in December 1954 and com jflteteed basin training at Fort He arrived in Europe in July i Fogarty attended Estherville Jun ior College for two years and Iowa brother and two sisters Philo Tabor of Herman Kramer of Lone Rock and Stowe NOTICE The library will be closed May The Whisker Club Back row Berninghuas and Center row and Front row DaMhauseand Photo Courtesy of Glenns Studio of Algona CENTENNIAL PAGEANT We are off to a splendid Seventytwo singers reported signed in for the first rehearsal of THE COMMUNITY The air was filled with fine spirit of co operationand good Twenty cigiit more voices will make it one hundred More Tenors and Altos ore needed for the balance we arc working But all wM be After the chorus there was held a general meeting to Dis cuss Pagent plans from the stand point of castingfor the various tab again we need more volunteers from all age Come Joinin the There is a spark of Make Believe in every and just remember there are no lines to We need more Settlers for the iecond Tableau Hitch Jump n tine buggy and come to the school iise Friday night at dont forget our date at Complete runthrough with entire ast Monday beginning at Stephen Pageant PFC is playing1 baseball in Germany for the 10th Infantry Division THANK YOU Mars Pertt 17460977 State Teachers College for one C He is a former teacher of Iowa Consolidated Royal 8622 Fort I want to take this opportunity to i thank everyone who sent me letters and gifts and also those who visited me during my stay in the hospital and since live been Silas Banwart Route of tEe Parade Methodist Church D Creamery Grotto Park ITexacb Oil Station The Village of a un ique miniature American village with civic vehicles and will appear at the West Bend Centennial May June The nationally famous ownc ed by and Amos Young blood of Grand is complete in every detail and is built to scale with more than mov ing electrically The village layout is mounted in a speciallybuilt truck which is de signed for convenient inspection of The model village the contains a fire de a a barber a and even a mill Throughout the tiny village the little people are going about their every day the barber is shaving a Memorial Day Program Band forms in front of theschool at on May March to Cemetery Band marches from school house at 10 Pancoast NOTICE Gentleman with whikers and their adies are invited to attend the Lar amar Ballroom tonitc for a free West Bend Whisker Club Party will leave West Bend at Irom main Wear Centennial BAND Betty Grant Fancqast BAND Mixed Quartet BENEDICTION Pancoast DECORATION OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIERS GRAVE Bob Ewy OFFICER OF THE Peterson Jn case of program will be held at the Poppy Day Here May 26 When you put on a poppy on Pop jy Day to honor the War you will be helping children who are the nnocent victims of said Wayne Miller CMd Welfare Chair man of 151 Unit of the American Le gion at the Auxiliary pre pared for the annual observance of Poppy Day here May Poppy Day contributions help fin ance the child welfare work which the Auxiliary is carrying out con stantly for the benefit of needy child ren of Miller explain Because of the increasing num ber of veterans children needing Day contributions woufld be gener ous this Since the Poppy Day program is carried out entirely by volunteer all the money contributed by the poppy above what we pay disabled veterans to nake the little goes to the Auxi liarys child welfare and rehabilit ation Miller Most of it stays right here in West Bend and is expended to meet the needs of local veterans and their Poppy money is kept sop arate from other Auxiliary its iuse restricted to work for disabled veterans and Bull A Brown Swiss buill gave Tony she expressed hope that Poppy of a total of seven broken ribs as he was trying to load the 1660 pound A stanchion gave Troester enough protection NOTICE KQTVFort Dodge will present Salute to West Bend from 4 to on Fri day May 24 and 25 this week and on Monday and May 28 and These programs are Centennial boosters and will feature West Bend slides and interesting Be sure to be tuned STORES TO CLOSE MAY 30 AND CENTENNAL DAYS Stores in West Bend will be closed all Memorial May 30th and at noon on the Centennial Days May 31st and June TO CORRESPONDENTS AND ADVERTISERS All news and ad copy must be in our office on Tuesday of next week only due to the closing horns of De coration Dav and the Centennial NOTICE a wedding is being per formed at the iitllo a band concert in the and two Girl and Boy Scouts and flower girlsof school age who are taking art in memoral Day exercises are o be at the school house at If Possible flower girls bring their own iprays of Also all those taking part be at theschool house bv to save his To Cuba Seniors of Morley high school have gone abrcod in May for their annual class They left May for The seniors raised this year for their class fishermen are even sitting by the millpond trying their Uik at catch ing tiny eoldliah in the The Village has boon exhibited in department hobby sport in 18 different so dont fail to see this unit on and John Keller are the parents of an 8 daughter born JMay 22 at Sweet Lassie Pony Hitch This six team pony hitch will join the Centennial Parade on i May The unit is spoiv sored by Sweet Lassie Feeds and the Davenport Centennial Program THURSDAY MAY 31 CENTENNIAL PARADE TRACTOR RODEO HORSESHOE PITCHING CONTEST CHILDRENS SPORTS EVENTS 10 events ages 5 to 18 BAND QUEEN BANQUET MASS BAND 15 Bands CROWNING OF BAND QUEEN ON THE STAGE TO Music by the DIXIELANDERS ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNER OF VACATION FRIDAY JUNE 1 PARADE AND IKOMENADE FINALS OF HORSESHOE PITCHING CONTEST HORSE SHOW Sponsored by SENECA SADDLE Club CHILDRENS SPORTS EVENTS 10 events ages 5 to 18 CENTENNIAL QUEEN BANQUET BAND CONCERT West Bend Band PARADE and JUDGING OF WHISKERS ON STAGE CROWNING OF MISS WEST BEND TO DANCE FRANK JONAS HIS ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNER OF VACATION ;