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Johnson, Dwight A. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 51, Number 1 (Oct. 1949)

Madison memories,   p. 33


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1942 ..   ............ W
  Dr. and Mrs. Floyd A. SVEC (Muriel
HARDEN, '41) has moved to Los
Angeles where he will practice internal
medicine. Dr. Svec recently completed
his residence training at Wesley Mem-
orial hospital in Chicago.
  Twin sons, Richard Bernard and
Robert Martin, were born July 16 to Dr.
and Mrs. Daniel ROSS, Rego Park,
N.Y.
  Milton Everett NELSON, Racine, in-
surance man, died June 15. His wife is
the former Betty B. ELSNER, '43.
  Miles D. MARKUSCH, candidate for
a Master of Music degree from the
Eastman School of Music, University of
Rochester, studied orchestra conduct-
ing last summer with Pierre Monteux
at the maestro's Maine summer home.
  Dr. Harry J. MANNING, resident
radiologist at Bellevue hospital in New
York, married Joan B. Weinstock, Ne-
wark, N. J., March 27.
  Now with the sales department of
the Ford Motor 'Co., Dearborn, Mich.,
is Robert T. LARSEN.
  Karl R. JOHANSSEN has been named
assistant professor in the department
of bacteriology and immunology at the
University of Minnesota. His wife is
the former Dorothy Alice HEILIG, '43.
  Edith L. DUENK, with the overseas
Red Cross during the war, is now at-
tending the University of Michigan law
school.
  Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson (Irene
0. NELSON) announce the birth of a
daughter, Ruth Ann, April 1. They pur-
chased a funeral home at Crandon and
opened for business July 1.
  A  son, David Lawrence, was born
Dec. 11, 1948, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam F.
GRECO    (Grace KRAUSE, '43), Mil-
waukee.
1943 .............           .. W
  Margery PRICE, 27, Amherst, Mass.,
was killed July 28, 1948, when the car
in which she was riding plunged off a
400-foot embankment near Healdsburg,
Calif.
  William A. KRASKE, Baldwinsville,
N. Y., and Patricia Muthard, Strasburg,
Pa., were married in June, 1948. He is
with the Allied Chemical & Dye Corp.,
Syracuse, N. Y.
  Lea Ruth PEARLMAN and Harold H.
ROBERTS, '41, were married in New
York May 11.
  Dr. Donald L. BENEDICT, Cam-
bridge, Mass., has been appointed as-
sistant chairman of the department of
electrical engineering of Stanford Re-
search institute, Stanford, Calif.
  Pioneer society editor on the Salina
  (Kans.) Journal is Mrs. James R.
HUNT (Joyce GANSSLE). She began
by just "helping out" during the Christ-
mas rush; now she runs a whole section.
  New research professor of farm crops
in the Iowa Agricultural Experiment
station is Jesse M. SCHOLL. He was
formerly an agronomist at an Alabama
station.
              *  *  *
  Recently reported births in Class
of '43 families follow:
  A daughter, Leslie Jane, to Mr. and
Mrs. Truman P. KOHMAN, Pittsburgh,
Pa., April 13. Mr. Kohman spent the
summer working in the radiation lab
of the University of California.
  A son, Stanley Keith, to Mr. and Mrs.
Keith McLANE (Susan Dorothy AM-
MANN, '45), Madison, April 22. -
  To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nigbor (Con-
nie SCHANZ), Milwaukee, a daughter,
Patricia Ann, May '8.
  To Mr. and Mrs. H. R. STOBBE
(Emily MILLER), Madison,' a third
son, William Richard, April 3.
1944   ...........         ... W
  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reusswig (Betty
KNOTHE) have moved from Cambridge,
Mass., to Buffalo, N. Y., where Mr.
Reusswig is junior engineer with the
Buffalo Niagara Electric Co.
*Madja Memoae
                                      . . . from the Alumnus files
  ONE YEAR AGO, October, 1948-Students came back to a face-lifted
Memorial Union and Bascom hall but still no new classrooms . . . Mean-
while the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation was completing its Uni-
versity Houses project which by December was to be home for 150 staff
and faculty members . . . WARF's Enzyme Institute on University Ave.
was just getting started.
  FIVE YEARS AGO, October, 1944-The ratio of women to men in the
student body this semester is about 10 to one . . . Boxing Coach John J.
Walsh joined the Marine air corps and J-school Secretary Mabel M. Bauer
joined the WACs . . . New head of the Ag school's Department of Bio-
chemistry was Dr. C. A. Elvehjem.
  TEN YEARS AGO, October, 1939-One million dollars, contributed by
students and alumni with the aid of a PWA grant, built the beautiful
Wisconsin Union theater addition ... The University suit for a clear
channel for WHA, then before the federal courts, was authorized aban-
doned on the advice of President Dykstra.
  TWENTY YEARS AGO, October, 1929-Dean Goodnight reported the
summer session broke records with a registration of 5,222 'students ...
and the fall session broke even more records with 9,238 students. Prof.
Wm. H. Twenhofel and four students returned from northern Laborador
where they made surveys and explorations.
  FIFTY YEARS AGO, October, 1899-"The 'year opens with a display of
unusual activity in the production of college periodicals." There was
the
Cardinal, the Aegis, the Wisconsin Engineer, the Badger, and a new aspirant,
the Sphinx, "a humorous biweekly, somewhat on the order of the Harvard
Lampoon . ..
  Mary Patricia CULLEN, editor of
the John Sexton Co. house organ, was
married Nov. 20, 1948, to D. A. Mc-
Whinnie, Jr., Chicago.
  Boston university's new resident in
neuro-psychiatry is Dr. Ervin TEPLIN,
formerly with the Worchester (Mass.)
state hospital.
  New   additions to  Class of '44
families are:
  Daughter Pamela Duncanson, born to
Lt. and Mrs. Orville W. MARTIN, jr.,
ts.y~l Il J[  11"  . Ill ll l) rl ,  . ..1XlltA..)"
  Son Richard Callahan, born to Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J. Lucksinger (Mar-
garet Ann SALICK), May 20 in Water-
town.
  Randall Carl, a second son born to
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jarman     (Ruth
Virginia RUSSELL), June 17 in Chi-
cago.
  Susan Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest E. GEHRKE, born Apr. 2 in
Long Island, N. Y.
  Gail Marie, born Apt. 16 to Mr. and
Mrs. Hanford H. Anderson (LaNore St.
ANGELO), Frederic.
1945   .. ....     ........ W
  Lillian MILLER sailed for Europe on
the Queen Elizabeth June 30; she ex-
pects to spend two years in France,
Italy, Switzerland, and Germany mas-
tering the French and Italian Lan-
guages. Editing, tutoring, and modeling
have all been part of her history since
graduation.
  New Kenosha dentist is Frederick C.
GENTILE, DDS.
  On June 16 Miriam FRIEDENTHAL,
Brooklyn, N. Y., received her MD degree
at the 97th commencement of the oldest
medical college in the world for women,
the Women's Medical College of Penn-
sylvania.
  Judith Lois SCOTT and Dr. Robert G.
WOCHOS, '42, were wed May 28 in
Madison. He is a resident in surgery at
Wisconsin General hospital.
  Mary Ellen HELGREN, research as-
sistant at the University of Washington,
Seattle, and Charles Johnson, employed
by the Scientific Supply Co., Seattle,
were married in Waukegan June 30.
  Maj. and Mrs. Howard T. Wright
(Audrey I. GARDNER) are now living
in Orlando, Fla. They were married May
14 in Osceola.
  Martha Genevieve JOHNSON, Mad-
ison, and Perry A. RISBERG, '39, Hay-
ward lawyer, were married March 5. Mr.
Risberg is also with the Risberg Recrea-
tional Real Estate Corp.
1946 ................. W
  To Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wheeler (June
HARTNELL), Silver Lake, a son was
  Elizabeth J. CLARKE, Sparta, is
teaching English, science, and music in
the Fukuoka (Japan) girls school.
  David WORTH, New York, married
Helen Bonnett of Brooklyn, N. Y., July
8.
  Jewel Muriel LUBIN is now Mrs. Ber-
nard Bellush of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
  Walter KEYES, Manitowoc account-
ant, married Kay Ryan in her home
town of Rockford, Ill., Apr. 30.
  Lois Janet CHANDLER, Oshkosh, is
now Mrs. Michael L. Papesh of Beloit.
  Mary Ann KRYGIER and Richard A.
Malia were married in Milwaukee June
25.
1947 .......       ......... W
  Cardinal columnist Sidney Pritzert, at
the Sorbonne, Paris, made a summer
tour of Belgium, Holland, Denmark,
Norway, Sweden, Germany, France, and
Italy.
  Dr. Keith PRESTON, '48, came from
Austin, Tex., to marry Ann SMEDAL in
Madison, June 6.
  Frenda Avis JOHNSON, Rio, and
Robert GILBERT, University law stu-
dent, were married near Rio June 18.
  A 3-week trip to California was the
honeymoon of Gloria Mae MORROW
and Owen E. HANSON, '42, married
June 11 in Shawano. Mr. Hanson is an
accountant with the Marathon Corp.,
Menomonee, Mich.
  A daughter was born July 25 to Mrs.
Barbara     HAVEY    WASSERBACH,
widow of Lloyd Wasserbach, former UW
football star who was killed in the
tragic Ripon hotel fire last Feb. 1.
      (Continued on page 35)
OCTOBER, 1949
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