Dale Burk brought their bride, Wakako, to Trego, after getting being stationed by the U.S. Navy in Tokyo. Wakako, referred to as Katie, worked during the Elks Lodge in Kalispell for 35 years; she passed away couple of years ago. (Photos due to Kathleen Burk)
Washington Post editor Kathryn Tolbert, 3rd from remaining, is pictured with users of the Aho family members who have been interviewed when it comes to Japanese war brides dental history task. From kept are Kyoko Aho, Emy Aho, Tolbert, Kathlene Burk (whoever family unit members additionally had been interviewed), James Aho and John Aho.
Wakako “Katie” Burk and Kazuko “Kay” Aho are pictured years that are many at the Elk’s Lodge kitchen area in Kalispell. Continue lendo “Japanese war brides task taps into Flathead tales”