1943-05-09 Koch, Geo, son of Earl wins contest prize of war stamps

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Mrs. Walter J Buechel, 329 Del-1 Del-1 Del-1 mar Place. Covincton. who has four sons and one son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law in the armed forces and six other sons aiding the war effort on the home front, was nominated "best Mother- Mother- in-War'' in-War'' in-War'' by her eighth son Charles in his letter, which won fast prize The Enquirer's Mother-in-W Mother-in-W Mother-in-W Mother-in-W Mother-in-W arj essay contest last week Judged the best among hundreds of tributes to mothers submitted: by boys and girls of Greater Cin-j Cin-j Cin-j cinnati, Charles's letter asserted: "Mother has raised 10 sons for Uncle Sam. Wre call ourselves 'he-men.' 'he-men.' 'he-men.' Mother must have had a premonition of World War II. She was kind, but firm. No sissies among us. I have four brothers in the armed services, one in North Africa. Mother prays much, gives her all and smiles." Private First Class Walter Buech el, Jr., 24 years old, was among the first contingent of the armored division to arrive in Africa. He was inducted in December, 1941. Private First Class Jack Buechel, 20, who was inducted in January, is completing a technical training course in the Air Forces, and he hopes to qualify for officer training. training. Mrs. Buechel's twin sons, Robert and Roy, 18, who were inducted April 20, are stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. Harry Buechel, 23, has a son, Larry, 7 months old, He is engaged in defense work. The other sons, James, 16; Charles, 14; Richard, 10, and Billy, 8, are studants at St. Benedict School where Jerry, 5, will be a first-rade first-rade first-rade student next September. James end Charles hope to continue their studies next fall at St. Xavier High School. Mrs. Buechel's son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, Robert J. Flaherty, a private first class, is serving at Buckley Field, Colorado. Charles Buechel, like his brothers, Directors Ave Selected For Concert At Withrow 1 Delmar Place, Covington, is is an athlete and a typical boy. There's a natural gallantry among these lads, who have spared their mother the most arduous tasks of home-making home-making home-making since their earliest years. Their sister, Mrs. Flaherty, j. thai. v.fV,.,o kon'Mn lh hous hold chores. They haTe helped . . ' and tin and buying War Stamps as often as possible. The second prize of $10 In War Stamps will be shared by sisters, Mary Molloy, 14, and Carol Lee Molloy, 11, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William Molloy, 3916 Grove Avenue, Norwood. They are members members of Girl Scout Troop 113. Their letter paid tribute to their Gold Star Mothers. "Daily she prays for victory and for Brother Tom in the Air Corps. She is a regular blood donor and air raid warden. She makes bandages, bandages, saves grease and tin, helps with Girl Scout Victory Gardens, and cares for our invalid grandmother. grandmother. She is busy and cheerful and keeps proud memory of Brother Brother Jack, who died In action," the essay said. Little Patricia Dermody, ten-year-old ten-year-old ten-year-old ten-year-old ten-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dermody, 1716 Fairfax Avenue, Avenue, a pupil at St. Francis de Sales School won the third prize, $5 in War Stamps, for this tribute in verse: "My Mother in war, Is best hy far. She gave a son To shoulder a gun. "Working on production Uni, Eight hours, sometimes nine, Buying Bonds, from her pay, Helping Jim, who went away. "On top of that, fthe saves waste fat, And all old scrap, To beat the Jap." Five contest prizes of $1 each in War Stamps were awarded to the following: George W. Koch, son of Mrs. Earl Koch, 2711 Eugenie Lane, and Captain Earl Koch, who is serving in the Air Forces at Dyersburg, Tenn.; Paul Lanter, 153 Waits Street, California, Ohio; Miss Carlota Busch. daughter of Major August Busch Of St. Louis, 526 La fayette Avenue, ciuton; miss r-ai r-ai r-ai Foy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Foy, Jr., 6322 Grand Vista Avenue, and Eugene Heupel, 1605 Greenup Street, Covington, Kentucky. The Judges making tnese selec tions from hundreds of entries were Rev. Celestin J. Steiner, President of Xavier University: Chalmers Hadley of the Public Library, and Dr. Louis A. Pechatein, Dean of the Tonrhers Colleee. University of Cincinnati. Prizes will be mailed to the win ners tomorrow. 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Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer09 May 1943, SunPage 25

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)09 May 1943, SunPage 25
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