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Schoenfeld, Clay (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 48, Number 8 (May 1947)

Madison memories,   pp. 25-28


Page 27


assistant professor in the New York state
school of industrial and labor relations at
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.... Lillian
ANDEREGG, Juda, was married recently
to Ensign Charles W. Cummings, Porter-
ville, Calif., in the First Congregational
Church at Porterville. Mrs. Cummings had
been a dietitian at the Swedish Hospital in
Seattle ... Helen BURRESS, Washington,
Ind., is now Mrs. Robert C. Vollmer and is
residing at 1100 E. Beverly Dr., San
Gabriel, Calif. . . . Marion M. BUMP,
Madison, is now Mrs. Clifford Lutz. They
reside at 121 N. Franklin St., Madison...
2nd Lt. Paul M. HAUSER, son of Armand
A. Hauser, 363 State St., Hartford, Wis.,
who has been missing in action since August
26, 1944 has been declared presumed dead
as of February 27, 1946 . . . Ruth W.
DOERING, Platteville, is a stewardess
with United Air Lines in the company's
Schroeder is attending the University
Jean SARGENT, Hager City, and Richard
B. BIRKETT, '47, Burlington, were mar-
ried Jan. 19. They are making their home
at 206 W. Jackson St., Carbondale, Ill.,
where Mr. Birkett is employed by the Illi-
nois Central Railway ... Barbara BROWN,
Fond du Lac, and Raymond W. Ashton,
Rhinelander, were married March 22. They
are residing at 148 N. Park Ave., Fond du
Lac where Mr. Ashton is an attorney ...
Robert H. MAAS, after 51 months in the
armr air corps prior to graduation from
the University, is now doing personnel
work for J. F. Pritchard & Co., construc-
tion engineers, Dierks Bldg., Kansas City,
Mo.
1947 ..   . . ......       .....W
western division.                        Joyce PETERS, Racine, and Lee D.
                                       EVANS, '44, Milwaukee, were married
Feb.
                                       22 in  the Holy   Communion  Lutheran
 1946       .............W             Church, Racine. After a short wedding
trip
                                       they will be at home at 221 Franklin
Ave.,
   Robert W. BENZINGER, Wauwatosa, is       River Forest, Ill. Mr. Evan's
is with Inter-
 attending the University of Stockholm in   national Harvester at Melrose
Park . . .
 a special course for American students. He  John V. HENDERSON, Lena, has
accepted
-is-llving-in--a-suhu~rb-af-Stpckhohm-and-says,  a position  with the--Mo
sntoOhmel-
they are studying Sweden in every con- Co.'s plastics division in Springfield,
Mass.
c      0e1              aertouching s storyn its e w dare rom thnrace   
 is
literature, art, music, social and economic  ensign in June, 1946 . .T. Marjorie
DATES,
history and problems, its language, tech- Lewistown, Pa., and Harold FISHBAIN,
nological advancements and problems, its c  47, Racine, were married Feb,
22. Both
people, their customs and ways of doing Mr. and Mrs. FishRain are attending
the
things. There are 55 Americans enrolled University ... Nancy FOWLER, Madison,
and they come from 28 states of the Union and Chester E. RIECK, Jr., '47,
Oak Park,
   *..John C. DUFFY, Madison, is in the     Ill., were married March 15 in
Grace Epis-
 insurance business with Liberty Mutual In- copal Church, Madison. They will
reside at
 surance Co., 20 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago the Chateau Apartment Hotel, in Oak
Park
   *..Joyce S. WNITTWER and Dr. Edward      . . . William  D. KRAUSE, New
London,
 H. STICHA, '44, both of Madison, were      married Helen Sidoriak, Minersville,
Pa.,
 married March 8. Mrs. Sticha is employed   on Mar. 22... Thomas G. CUNNINGHAM,
at. LIe 1C  auonat Gtuardian ,Lie insurance  Vlaudison, and Helen Sessoms,
Lumberton,-
Co. . . ". Charles S. HEMINGWAY  and   N. C., were married Feb. 19 at
St. Francis
Alice Mabis, both of Madison, were married  de Sales Catholic Church in Lumberton.
March 8 in St. John's Lutheran Church. Mr. Cunningham served for three years
in
They are making their home at 718 Brit- the Army.. . Ruth Mae MEIER, Rockford,
tingham Place. Mr. Hemingway is a cashier Ill., married Kenneth A. Hadfleld,
Belvi-
at the Yellow Truck Lines.. . . Madeline  dere, recently. They will make
their home
GRUND, Fargo, N. Dak., was married     in Belvidere . . . Betty Ann CLARK,
Des
March 15 to Stanley D. SCHROEDER, '50, Moines, Ia., and William H. TRACY,
'40,
Camp Douglas. Mrs. Schroeder is medical Rice Lake, were married Mar. 27.
They
librarian at the University while Mr. are living at 1710 Hoyt St., Madison.
Joins Union Council
WILLIAM H. PURNEL, '22, Madison busi-
nessman, has been appointed by Pres.
E. B. Fred -as alumni, representative on
the Union Council. governing body of
the Memorial Unlon,. succeeding Lowell
Frautschi. '27, Madison. Mr. Purnell was
president of the Haresfoot Club as an
undergraduate and is -now president of
the Haresfoot -Alumni Corp,,'
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