Pvt. Walter URBANSKY
HELBERG, URBANSKY, SPENCER
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Date: 1/13/2021 at 22:51:04
Globe Gazette (Mason City, Iowa). 13 Jul 1942
Miss Helberg Married to W. Urbansky
Miss Dorothy Helberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Helberg Marshalltown, became the bride of Walter Urbansky, son of and Mrs. Theodore Urbansky, Delaware avenue northeast, Saturday at high noon, with the R. P. Murphy reading the ceremony in the Holy Family rectory.
The bride was attended by bridegroom's sister. Miss Lucille Urbansky, and Melvin Spencer acted as Mr. Urbansky's bestman.
The bride was attired in a length gown of pink sheer chiffon with long full sleeves. Her fingertip veil of white net edged in was held with a crown of pearls. Her flowers were while and wore a gold locket, a gift from her mother.
The bridesmaid, Miss Urbansky, wore an aqua sheer chiffon and her corsage was of gardenias. Dinner was served at the Green Mill following the ceremony.
After a short wedding trip, the bridegroom will leave for the army. The bride wore a navy crepe with white accessories for travel.
Mrs. Urbansky has been employed in Des Moines and Mr. Urbansky has been a truck driver. She will visit her sister in Chicago after Mr. Urbansky leaves for the army, planning to join him later.
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Globe Gazette (Mason City, Iowa). 24 Sep 1942
Pvt. Walter Urbansky, 922 Delaware avenue northeast, has been given an honorable discharge from the U.S. army. Since he was inducted he has spent most of the time in the Camp Roberts, Cal. station hospital.
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