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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 58, Number 9 (Jan. 15, 1957)

Weddings,   pp. 36-37


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Weddings . .
1948
  Rachel Pearl KATZ, '53, and Dr. Jerome
CORNFIELD, Milwaukee.
  Jeanne KLOSTERMAN, '52, and Robert
Charles BRASSARD, Milwaukee.
1949
  Joanne McMILLAN and Howard A. Mars,
Nanuet, N. Y.
1950
  Erna  Mary   JABAS, '55,, and   Robert
Charles REED, Jr., Madison.
  Molly MELHAM      and Edward Richard
JAEGER, '52, Ft. Dodge, Ia.
1951
  Rosemary D. Edwards and Jay W. WIN-
TER, Madison.
  Lou Ann Watry and William           A.
KRAMER, Milwaukee.
  Jean L. Krautschneider and Dr. Edward
M. BRAUN, Jr., Milwaukee.
  Nancy Joanne KONNAK       and Stephen
Ernest Schofield, Pasadena, Calif.
1952
  Mrs. Margaret NUTTING      Shaffer and
Daniel S. Maloney, Madison.
  Ann BILLINGS, '56, and Frank Edward
STRONG, Madison.
  Pamela Wen-Chau WANG, '55, and Peter
Hsing-tsuen TSAO, Madison.
  Ruth Leuthner and Robert E. DEMERS,
West Allis, Wis.
  Frances Macomb Whitemarsh and Law-
rence Herbert WELLS, Coronado, Calif.
1953
  Lorraine KOUBENEC and Emil Zembin-
ski, Milwaukee.
  Patricia Simon and Eugene THALACKER,
Fond du Lac.
  Jean Ginnow   and Hugh F. NELSON,
Appleton.
1954
  Letty Jane RUGGLES, '56, and Raymond
John MORTON, Jr., Madison.
  Joan Evelyn Jacobus and David Bolton
MILLER, New York, N. Y.
  Mary Ann KENNEDY and James G. MIL-
LER, '56, Antigo.
1955
  Eunice E. Goeler and Donald F. McGIB-
BON, Madison.
  Elizabeth Ann GRIMMER and Louis
Thomas Rosandick, Wisconsin Rapids.
  Elsbeth GIMMLER and Christopher H.
Russell, New York, N. Y.
  Mary Lou KERNAN and Wayne Philip
SEGNER, El Paso, Tex.
1956
  Mary Alice ALTENBERN, '58, and Wil-
liam Alexander SNEIDER, Wausau.
  Eleanor Mary EGGEBRECHT and Paul
Louis KASTE, Milwaukee.
  Jean Adele RASMUSSEN and Hugh West-
field OLSON, '57, Upper Montclair, N. J.
  Sharon Jane Welles and 2nd Lt. Arnold J.
BUR, Alexandria, Va.
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directors of the American Correctional
Association.
  Walter P. ALLEN is assistant director for
administration of Gorgas hospital, Panama
Canal Zone.
1952
  Pvt. Glen L. WHEELER is training with
the fourth armored division, Ft. Hood, Tex.
  Former Barron county welfare department
case worker Florian HEISER is doing gradu-
ate work in the UW school of social work.
  Marianne McKINKLAY heads the vocal
music department for Delavan schools.
  Mr. and Mrs. Richard FURER (Nancy
JARDINE) are living in Marinette, Wis.,
where he is with Scott Paper Co.
  Dr. Ralph   WHALEY, Portland, Ore.,
who completed his internship at Emmanuel
Hospital this year and is awaiting call into
the air force, scaled Mt. Hood during the
summer. He and a friend made the climb
just 24 hours before 19 teenagers plunged
into a crevasse on Hood's slopes.
  William H. PAGELS and Marolyn L.
PRIEHS, '55, were married in June and are
now living in Battle Creek, Mich.
  Capt. Stanley J. NULAND, Deerfield,
Wis., recently graduated from the military
medical orientation course at the Army Med-
ical Service School, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.
  A member of the 949th engineer aviation
group, Houston, Tex., Army Reserve Capt.
John OSWALD completed two weeks of
active duty training at Ft. Polk, La., in
August. He is employed as an estimating
engineer for the Texas Gulf Construction Co.
and resides with liis wife in Pasadena, Tex.
  Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Barg (Rita BLUM-
BERG) are living in White Plains, N.Y.
They have a son, Peter ran, born in May.
  Following discharge from the Army, John
F. BARTHOLOMEW is employed as proj-
ect engineer in systems group at AC Spark
Plug Division of General Motors. He and
his wife are living in Milwaukee.
  Former sales representative with Madison
Newspapers Inc., Jerry  SCHROEDER     is
now a salesman for the Welsh Baby Buggy
Co., St. Louis, Mo. He has charge of the
Georgia and Florida sales districts.
  George H. HODSDON is now employed
with Peerless Pump Co., Los Angeles, as a
trainee for a sales engineering position. He
married Rosemarie Gareau in June after his
discharge from the navy.
  Ronald  G. LAMPE, Glenview, Ill., a
senior accountant in the Chicago office of
Arthur Andersen and Co., won honorable
mention for the Elijah Watt Sells awards by
being among the nine highest scoring candi-
dates taking all four parts of the Uniform
Certified Public Accountant examination last
November.
  TWo Chippewa Falls scientists are among
150 scientists from the United States and 10
other countries who will explore Antartica
for the next two years. They are Ned A.
OSTENSO and Hugh F. BENNETT, '54.
1953
  Now   living  in  Leopoldville, Belgian
Congo, is Virginia NICKERSON Alander
who was married June 16.
  Alfred P. DIOTTE has been elected an
additional assistant secretary at Parker Pen
Co., Janesville. He has been handling spe-
cial corporate assignments for the firm.
Diotte will be responsible for the legal
administration of the firm's fair trade pro-
gram.
  Army First Lts. Wayne M. MUNSON,
Deerfield, and Robert W. EDLAND, Madi-
son, recently began internships in medicine at
Fitzsimons Army hospital, Denver, Colo.
  Currently employed as a psychiatric social
worker at the Waukesha Child Guidance
Clinic is Carol MUENCHOW D'Angelo.
The D'Angelos are living in Glendale.
  Raymond F. SCHOLBE writes: "I would
like to announce the arrival of a daughter,
Marjorie Ann, born July 15-our first child.
I am employed as a management engineer at
Micra Switch, a division of Minneapolis-
Honeywell."
  Now teaching health and physical educa-
tion at Brookfield high school and in Brook-
neld s consoidoated elementary district is
Albert H, HELING.
  Edward T. HIDA is enrolled in the school
of social welfare, the Florida State Univer-
sity, in the graduate program of education
and training in social work.
  Walter B. RAUSHENBUSH, an attorney
in the law firm of LaFollette, Sinykin, and
Doyle, Madison, tells us of highlights of
the past year in the Air Force: "After my
marriage in Germany in May, our. honey-
moon took us through parts of Switzerland,
France, and Spain . . * In July, Marylu and
I got another short leave to see Denmark,
Norway, and the midnight sun. I think it
was the travel highspot in my two years in
Europe." Upon returning to the U. S., they
enjoyed a two-day stay at the home of
retired Dean of Women Louis Troxell in
Palo Alto, Calif.
  Currently employed by AC Spark Plug
Division of General Motors Corp. as a ma-
chinery and tool buyer is Allen T. SCHMID-
LEY. He is living in Flint, Mich.
1953
  The James MORRISONS are living in Pe-
waukee where he teaches social science and
is assistant football and baseball coach in the
high school.
  James E. JENSEN is with the Bettis plant,
atomic power research laboratory, Pittsburgh,
operated by Westinghouse for the Atomic
Ener;gy commission.
  Occupational therapist Kaye McGANN is
with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation in Beau-
mont, Tex.
  Lt. and Mrs. Robert E. HOARE, USN,
  (Roberta M. HURLEY) are stationed in
Argentia, Newfoundland. They expect to re-
turn to Madison in June when he will re-
sume studies at the University. The Hoares
have two boys, Robert Edwin, 2, and Jeffery
Allen, 3 months.
  Gordon R. WICKER is working toward
his master's degree in chemical engineering
at California Institute of Technology.
  Specialist 3rd Class Keith J. BUCHANAN
is a member of the Army's 79th engineer
group, Ft. Belvoir, Va.
1954
  Mary DEMETER has joined the art faculty
at Harpur College, Endicott, N. Y.
  Vice-president and director of personnel
of Red Dot Foods, Inc., Madison, is Philip
Q. SAWIN.
  Daniel Kuo Yi Al is enrolled as a gradu-
ate student in aeronautics at the California
Institute of Technology, Pasadena.
  Wisconsin Alumnus, January, 1957


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