Albrecht, Mr. George

Albrecht, Mr. Jack

Albrecht, Mr. & Mrs. Richard

Albrecht, Miss Sarah

Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Willard

*Anderson, Mr. Donald

Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald

Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Victor

Arndt, Mr. & Mrs. Ray

Aspen, Mr. & Mrs. Ole

Bemis, Miss Beverly

Bemis, Miss Carol

Bemis, Mr. & Mrs. Earl

Botnen, Miss Bonnie

*Botnen, Mr. Dale

Botnen, Miss Karen

Botnen, Mr. & Mrs. Olaf

Bremer, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence

Buddenhagen, Mr. & Mrs. Elmer

Carlson, Mr. & Mrs. Clare

Carlson, Miss Jo Ann

Christman, Mrs. M.

Dahnert, Mr. & Mrs. Herman

Dern, Mrs. Arthur

Deutsch, Mr. & Mrs. Gust

Dundas, Mr. & Mrs. Donald

Dundas, Miss Jane

Eberhardt, Mrs. Rose

Eggiman, Mrs. Ray

*Eggiman, Mr. Robert

Embke, Mr. Darrell

Embke, Mr. & Mrs. Henry

Embke, Mr. & Mrs. Herman

Embke, Mr. & Mrs. Louis

*Embke, Mr. Norbert

Embke, Mr. Ronald

Embke, Mr. Walter

Epding, Mr. & Mrs. John

Filitz, Mr. & Mrs. Elmer

Filitz, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert

Filitz, Mr. James

Filitz, Mr. & Mrs. Ray

Francis, Mrs. Helen

Frantz, Mr. Robert

Free, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas

Gahl, Mr. John

Gehrt, Miss Martha

Gehrt, Mr. William

Gerlach, Mr. & Mrs. William

Gress, Mr. & Mrs. Donald

Greub, Mr. & Mrs. Carl

Grap, Mrs. Alice

Grap, Mr. Wayne

Haack, Miss Diane

Haack, Miss Edres

Haack, Mr. & Mrs. George

Hannan, Mrs. George

*Hantke, Mr. Donald

Hantke, Mr. & Mrs. Tony

Hanson, Mr. Everett

Hanson, Mr. & Mrs. Harry

Hanson, Miss Lila

Harder, Mr. Allen

Harder, Mr. & Mrs. Hans

Harder, Mr. & Mrs. Henry

Harder, Mr. Rene

Haugen, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur

Haugen, Mr. & Mrs. Hiram

Haugen, Mr. & Mrs. Paul

Hause, Mrs. Louis

Hediger, Mr. Fred

Hediger, Mr. & Mrs. Herman

Hediger, Mr. Herman Jr.

Hediger, Mr. & Mrs. Kurt

Helwig, Mrs.

Henchen, Miss Eileen

Henchen, Miss Elaine

Hendrickson, Mr. & Mrs. George



Hoesly, Mr. & Mrs. Jake

Hoesly, Mrs. Katherine

Hoesly, Mr. Marlin

Hoesly, Mr. Melchoir

Hoesly, Miss Mona

Holtz, Mr. & Mrs. Gust

Hovey, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred

Huntley, Mr. & Mrs. Grover

Jepsen, Mr. Gene

John, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Lyle

Karl, Mr. & Mrs. Brooks

Kenyon, Mrs. Della

Kleckner, Mr. & Mrs. John

Knoop, Mrs. Rose

Koehler, Rev. & Mrs. William

Korth, Mr. & Mrs. Leo

Korth, Mrs. William

Kren, Mr. & Mrs. Frank

Kren, Mr. & Mrs. Harold

Kren, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth

Kren, MR. & Mrs. Walter

Kuester, Mr. & Mrs. Ferdinand

Larsen, Mr. & Mrs. Bradley

Larsen, Mr. Forest

Larsen, Mrs. Geralda

Larson, Mrs. Ole

Lathrop, Mr. & Mrs. Stuart

Lauscher, Mr. & Mrs. Ivan

Lezotte, Mr. & Mrs. Glen Jr

Ludovic, Mrs. Adelaide

Ludovic, Miss Gail

Ludovic, Mr. Peter

Maeder, Mr. & Mrs. Fred

Maeder, MR. & Mrs. George
Markham, Mrs. Minnie

Martens, Mrs. John

Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. Arne

Mertes, Mrs. John

Meyer, Mr. & Mrs. Elmer

Meyer, Miss Judy

Milbreit, Mr. Harold

Milbreit, Mr. & Mrs. William

Milton, Miss Janice

Milton, Mrs. Leslie

Milton, Mrs. Rose

Moldenhauer, Mrs. Lillian

Mortenson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert

Neff, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Sr

Neff, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Jr

Neuhaus, Mr. & Mrs. William

Neverman, Mrs. Jule

O’Brien, Mrs. Harold

O’Brien, Mr. Jerry

Oens, Mr. & Mrs. Clyde

Oens, Mrs. E.

Olson, Mr. & Mrs. Roy

Opelt, Mr. & Mrs. Arnold

Opelt, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard

Opelt, Mr. & Mrs. Carl

Opelt, Mr. Dale

Opelt, Mr. Donald

Opelt, Miss Dorothy

Opelt, Miss Jennie

Opelt, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth

Opelt, Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph

Ottow, Mr. & Mrs. Harold

Paulus, Mr. & Mrs. Blucher

*Pflughoeft, Mr. Donald

Pflughoeft, Miss Elizabeth

Pflughoeft, Mr. & Mrs. Leo

Pflughoeft, Miss Mary

Qualley, Mrs. Herman

Quicker, Mr. & Mrs. Hubert

Quicker, Mr. Hubert Jr

Quicker, Mr. Jerry

Raine, Mr. & Mrs. Darrel

Ray, Mr. & Mrs. Sam


Reber, Miss Carol

Reber, Miss Margaret

Reber, Miss Nancy

Reber, Mr. Richard

Reber, Mr. Walter

Remus, Mrs. Ed

Rizner, Mrs. Erma

Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Glen

Russell, Mrs. Arthur

Russell, Miss Bobbette

Sagen, Mrs. Eleanor

Schoengarth, Mrs. Harris

Schroeder, Mr. & Mrs. Art

Schultz, Mr. Art

Schultz, Miss Georgianna

Schultz, Mr. & Mrs. Helmuth

Schultz, Miss Shirley

Schultz, Mr. William

Seelow, Miss Beverly

*Seelow, Mr. Frederick

Seelow, Miss Janet

Seelow, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth

Seelow, Mr. Russell

Seelow, Mr. & Mrs. William

Seelow, Mr. William

Seif, Mr. & Mrs. Charles

Seif, Mr. David

Seif, Mr. & Mrs. John

Seif, Miss Judy

Seif, Mr. & Mrs. Robert

Seltricht, Mr. & Mrs. William

Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. George

Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Robert

Short, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph

Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Art

Speich, Mr. & Mrs. Donald

Steiger, Mr. & Mrs. Erwin

Stelloh, Mr. Clarence

Stelloh Mr. & Mrs. Conrad

Stelloh, Mr. Edward

Stelloh, Mr. & Mrs. Fred

Stucki, Miss Betty

Stucki, Mr. David

Stucki, Mr. & Mrs. Henry

Stucki, Miss Irma

Subke, Mr. & Mrs. Fred

Subke, Mr. & Mrs. John

Thompson, Mr. Donald

Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. Lars

Thompson, Miss Susan

Timler, Mrs. Clara

Tock, Mrs. Milton

Van Gorden, Mr. & Mrs. Archie

Van Gorden, Miss Bonita

Van Gorden, Mr. & Mrs. Harry

Van Gorden, Mr. & Mrs. Heron

Van Gorden, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth

Van Gorden, Mr. Richard

Van Kirk, Mr. & Mrs. Warren

Vornholt, Mr. Fredrick

Vornholt, Mr. & Mrs. Mark

Wall, Mr. Ellis

Wall, Mr. & Mrs. Fred

Wall, Miss Susan

Wasserburger, Mrs. Charles

Wedekind, Mr. & Mrs. Harry

Winkel, Mr. & Mrs. Ray

Winkel, MR. David

Zaeske, Mr. Gene

Zajac, Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus

Zank, Miss Alberta

Zank, Mr. & Mrs. Albert

Zank, Mr. & Mrs. Walter

Zeigler, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin

Zeigler, Mr. Gary

Zille, Mr. & Mrs. Earl

Zimmerman, Miss Pauline


*For men in Service






“Before I was born MY CHURCH gave to my parent’s ideals of life and love that made my home a place of strength and beauty.


In helpless infancy MY CHURCH joined my parents in consecrating me to Christ and in baptizing me in His Name.


MY CHURCH enriched my childhood with the romance and religion and the lessons of life that have been woven into the texture of my soul.  Sometimes I seem to have forgotten and then, when else I might surrender to foolish and futile ideals of life, the truths MY CHURCH taught become radiant, insistent, and inescapable.


In the Stress and storm of adolescence MY CHURCH heard the surge of my soul and she guided my footsteps by lifting my eyes toward the stars.


When first my heart knew the strange awakenings of love MY CHURCH taught me to chasten and spiritualize my affections; she sanctified my marriage and blessed my home.


When my heart was seamed with sorrow, and I thought the sun could never shine again, MY CHURCH drew me to the Friend of all the weary and whispered to me the hope of another morning, eternal and tearless.


When my steps have slipped and I have known the bitterness of sin, MY CHURCH has believed in me and wooingly she has called me back to live within the heights of myself.


Now have come the children dearer to me than life itself, and MY CHURCH is helping me to train them for all joyous and clean and Christly living.


MY CHURCH calls me to her heart; She asks my service and my loyalty.  She has a right to ask it.  I will help her to do for others what she has done for me.  In this place in which I live, I will help her keep aflame and aloft the torch of a living faith.”


By William Henry Boddy




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