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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 15, Number 2 (Nov. 1913)

Alumni news,   pp. [85]-91


Page 86


THE WISCONSIN ALUMNI MAGAZINE
      Mr. Ewald, '05, is with the Knoxville
      Power Company of Alcoa, Tenn.
1906. The marriage of Miss Gladys C. Hed-
      dles to Stanley G. Dunwiddie, '06, L.
      '07, took place on June 24 in Janes-
      ville. The couple resides at Janes-
      ville, where Mr. Dunwiddie is engaged
      in the practice of law.
1906. Announcement is made of the mar-
      riage of Miss June Hinckley    and
      Charles C. Bishop, '06. The couple
      are at home in Viroqua, Wis., where
      the groom is principal of the high
      school.
1907. Ethel Pearl Clough, '07, and Benja-
1909. min S. Reynolds, '09, were married
      on August 30 at Portage, Wis.
1909.  The wedding of Eda M. Wilke, '09,
      to Dr. Charles E. Mooers of Chicago
      took place in Milwaukee on October
      11. The couple will be at home in
      Hyde Park, Chicago, after their wed-
      ding trip.
1909. Announcement is made of the mar-
1910. riage of Belva Naomi Cooper, '10,
      and John Wesley Rodewald, '09. The
      couple will be at home in Valley City,
      N. D., where the groom is engaged in
      business.
1909. Announcement is made of the mar-
      riage of Miss Lillian Post to Walter
      W. Rector, '09, of Lewiston, Mont.
1908. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heiber of Milwau-
      kee announce the marriage of their
      daughter, Alma, to Julius 0. Roehl,
      '08.
1910. Announcement is made of the mar-
      riage of Miss Eileen Morse to Charles
      Puls, '10, a Milwaukee attorney.
1910. Miss Grace Dick and Roger C. Big-
       ford, '10, were married on October
       4. The couple will reside at Manawa,
       Wis., where Mr. Bigford is superin-
       tendent of schools of Waupaca county.
 1910. Irene E. Shenkenberg, '10, and John
 1911. S. Langwill, '11, were married at
       Waterford, Wis., on September 2.
       They will make their home in Rock-
       ford, Ill., where Mr. Langwill is su-
       perintendent of the Rockford Drilling
       Machine Company.
 1911. Announcement is made of the mar-
1909. riage of Marie Damon, '11, and Clar-
      ence J. Hartley, '09.
1912. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Morter an-
      nounce the marriage of their daugh-
      ter, Pearl Mae, to Elmer A. Carn-
      cross, '12. The couple are at home
      at Island, Minn.
1912. Announcement is made of the mar-
      riage of Miss Mildred Charlotte Ar-
      neson to Henry Gustav Arnsdorf, '12,
      of Valley City, N. D.
1912. Announcement is made of the mar-
      riage of Miss Leita W. Mathews to
      Alfred L. Buser, '12, former football
      star.
              DEATHS
        JAIRUS H. CARPENTER, '76.
  Judge Carpenter died at Madison on Oc-
tober 1 at the age of ninety-one. For six-
teen years he was judge of the probate court
of Dane county. He served on the faculty
of the law school from 1868 to 1898, dur-
ing part of which time he acted as dean.
For eight years he held the Mortimer M.
Jackson professorship in law and since 1898
has been the emeritus holder of the chair.
He was a former president of the Dane
County Bar Association.
        HENRY D. GOODWIN, '80.
  Henry D. Goodwin died at his home in
Milwaukee on September 22 as the result
of a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Goodwin was
borR at Menasha, Wis., on April 12, 1859.
He entered the university in 1876 and gradu-
ated with his class four years later. After
graduation he taught Latin and Greek at
Carroll College in Waukesha and later in
the high school at Milwaukee. At this latter
institution he was instrumental in introduc-
ing the study of shorthand. He was ap-
pointed official reporter in the circuit court
of Milwaukee county, which position he held
at the time of his death. He was a member
of the Milwaukee Bar Association, the Mil-
waukee Club and the University Club. He
was a well known student of both modern
and ancient languages as well as an accom-
plished violinist and critic.


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