Mrs Shirley Fillner
La Crosse Women National Officers La Mrs. Harry Filiner, 2219 Crosse St., and Mrs. Donald Losching, 2632 S. 26th St., were elected president and secretary of | the Ladies Auxiliary to the 32nd Division at the 39th national re- union of the division in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Fillner sue- Mrs. Harry Fillner, right, and Mrs. Donald Losching were elected president and secretary of the 32nd Division Auxiliary at its national reunion in Grand Rapids, Mich., early this month. —Tribune Photos. ceeds Mrs. Frances Angel, Lan- j sing, Mich., in the national of- j flee. Sessions of the reunion were j held over the Labor Day week- encj j National officers chosen with Pattie two I^i Crosse women are Mrs. Florence Schingcke, Keego Harbor, Mich., and Mrs. Joseph Pryzyblak, Chicago, first and second second vice presidents; Mrs. Ralph Schmidt, Coopersville, Mich., treasurer; Mrs. Ralph Cook, Grand Rapids, chaplain; Mrs. Mary Gigho, Lincolnwood, HL; Mrs. Genevieve Todish, Grand Rapids, guard; Mrs. I^ona Agge. Bellville, Mich., historian; and Mrs. Bea Kruse, Detroit, parliamentarian. parliamentarian. Presiding at the men’s sessions was James Philip Bigley, mem- Thomas Jefferson, James Mon- rr,L * roe and John Marshall, all dis Anniversary Anguished American statesmen, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Formanek, ^ of the Coulee Region Red Ar- graduated from the College of ‘ 1121 West Ave. S., observed row Club. Elected new national William and Mary at Williams- their 55th wedding anniversary president was Peter Paget, Deburg Deburg Va. Monday, Sept. 15. They were mar-! troit. New first and second vice ried at St. Wenceslaus Catholic presidents are Sanley S. Banner, i i Church Sept. 15, 1903. by the Grand Rapids, and Hugh Meikle. , Rev. Xavier Thill. They have one Chicago. A local woman came out of WOMAN COMES OLT OF CAPTIVITY A local woman came oui oi sQn Joseph La crosse, and two Stevens Point is the 1959 con- lo bf ,n'oymgnherSnew grandchildren. Another son. Rob- vention city. It was announced at freedom She was a captive in e«*t, was killed in Italy in World the convention that anyone wish- her own home because her hus- War II. mg to purchase a copy of ‘ The band needed the only car in the Mr. Formanek retired two years History of the 32nd Infantry Di- familv for his business, leaving ag0 after working for the E. R. vision in World War Two” may her stranded. Last week they garron co. for 43 years. Mrs. obtain the book by writing to the modefused^ar’at T'good' price Fo™n<* j the for,mer °f Pur'hue' State Capl‘ in The La Crosse Tribune Want Cibulka. She is a native of La tol. Madison, Wis.