Dr. H. M. Bannen, Trinity Lutheran Church – 1925

Source:  Rockford Republic  Feb. 22, 1925

Nyboer, Dr. Andrew, also Dr. Jan

Nyboer

Source: Rockford Register Republic Sept. 24, 1943

Partch, Ronald Eugene

Drafted. Board 3 Lists Its August Draft Roll                 Source: Rockford Morning Star 9/1/1944

“Shirley Bowman Weds Pvt. Ronald Partch”    “Miss Shirley Bowman, 1101 No. Rockton Ave., daughter of Joseph Bowman of Smithsburg, Md., became the bride of Pvt. Ronald Eugene Partch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Partch, 516 Chestnut St., in an informal ceremony Monday evening at 8 o’clock Monday evening at the home of Dr. H. M. Bannen, pastor-emeritus of Trinity Lutheran Church.” and Paragraph 3: “Ronald has been stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark., and will report to Fort Ord, Cal….”   and paragraph 4: “Shirley, who attended East high school, has been employed by the George D. Roper corporation. Ronald, who has been in the army nine months, attended Rockford schools and was employed by Ferm dairy before he entered service.”  Source:  Rockford Morning Star May 9, 1945

Publication Notice  …”suit No. 56138 entitled Ronald E. Partch vs. Shirley Marie Partch, is pending against you in Circuit Court of Winnebago County, Illinois…..”     Source: Rockford Morning Star January 14, 1948

“Ronald E. Partch was granted a divorce from Shirley Marie Partch in Circuit Court today on grounds of desertion.”  Source: Rockford Register-Republic May 20, 1948

“Miss DiMarco to Become Bride of Ronald E. Partch”  “Mrs. Helen DiMarco, 1508 Meadow court, announces the engagement of her daughter, Rosemary Therese, to Ronald E. Partch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Partch of Loves Park.  No wedding date has been set.  Rosemary attended Rockford schools and is employed here by the Illinois Bell Telephone company. Ronnie attended West high school and served in the army for three years.  He is employed by Leath and company furniture store.”    Source: Rockford Morning Star May 26, 1948