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Thoma, Harry C. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 38, Number II (Nov. 1936)

Have you heard?,   pp. 64-69


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November, 1936                                                          
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      on September 28, in Chicago.           ville, on September 19, at Brad-
       their home.
      They will make their home at the       ford. At home at 12 Lawrence
    ex '3 1 Katherine Bissell Stone, Wausau,
      Crittenden Hotel, Chicago.Mr.          Ave., Bradford. Mr. Hemming-
           to David Billings SMITH, on Aug-
      Klingman is with the A. ZI P.          way is assistant sales promotion
       ust 29, at Wausau. At home at
      Company with headquarters in           manager of the Kendall Refining
        527 Sturgeon Eddy Rd., Wausau.
      Chicago.                               Co.                        
            Mr. Smith is staff manager for the
ex '30 Dorothy Cleveland, Fort Dodge,     1 931  Martha  JENTZ, Appleton,
   to           Marathon Paper Mills Company at
      Ia., to George E. CURRIER, Chi-        Ward Harrison, Milford, N. J.,
         Rothschild.
      cago, on September 27, at Fort         on September 5, at Appleton.
Mr.  193 1  Helen Sell, Wausau, to Frederick
      Dodge, Ia.  They will reside at        Harrison 'is associated with
the        J. GRAEBEL, on September 12, at
      616 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, Ill.       Riegel Paper Company at Mil-
           Wausau.  Mr. Graebel is an in-
      Mr. Currier is associated with the     ford.                      
            structor in the CCC Camp near
      editorial division of the National  ex '3 1 Dorothy E. COLE, Milwaukee,
to         Laona, where they will make their
      Safety Council, Chicago.               Dr. Leland A. Kenower, Milwau-
         home.   Mr. Graebel studied for
1 930 Marion Schrubb, Wauwatosa, to           kee, on September 5, at Madison.
       a year at the University of Koen-
      Herbert SCHWAHN, Milwaukee,            Mrs. Kenower is head nurse in
the       igsberg, Prussia.
      on October 10, at Wauwatosa.           pediatric ward of the Milwaukee
  1931  Claryce MORELAND, Superior, to
M. A. Lucy Belle GAMBLE, Madison, to          County Hospital.  Dr. Kenower
   ex '35  Everett Hoyt MARSHALL, Cam-
'30  Daniel E. VORNHOLT, Madison,            graduated from  the Marquette
          den, N. J., on September 12, at
1927  on September 24, at Madison.            School of Dentistry. He is
now          Waukegan, Ill. Mr. Marshall is
      Mr. Vornholt is a teacher of voice.       practicing  in Milwaukee
where           resident engineer at Detroit, Mich-
1930  Doretha Virginia Schoman, Madi-         they will make their home at
758        igan, for the Hudson Motor Sales.
      son, to John Deane GANNON,             N. 24th St.                
     Grad   Marjorie  C.   WOMELSDORFF,
      Madison, on August 29, at Madi-  ex '31  Nellie Kaltenbach, Potosi,
to Carl  '31  Philipsburg,  Pa., to  Carl E.
      son. Mr. Gannon is an examiner         S. SCHENK, Lancaster, on Sep-
    1930  GEORGI, Milwaukee, on August
      with  the  Wisconsin Banking           tember 12, at Boscobel.  They
          20, at Philipsburg. They will re-
      Commission.  They will be at           will make their home in Lancaster.
     side at 1327/2 C. St., Lincoln,
      home at 334 W. Main St., Madi-     1931   Amy Evelyn BAUM, Janesville,
to          Nebraska, where Mr. Georgi is on
      son.                             ex '30Frederick Stearns HOOK, Milwau-
        the faculty of the University of
1930  Maxine  Alice  BAUMGARTNER,             kee, on August 29, at Janesville.
      Nebraska.
1927  Madison, to Dr. Raymond H.              Mr. Hook is employed at the
     ex '31 Louise Munger, Milwaukee, to
      QUADE, Milwaukee, on Septem-           Allen-Bradley Co., Milwaukee.
          John Craig BELL, on September
      ber 5, at Monroe. Dr. Quade is   ex '31  Kathleen Schugt, Eland, to
How-       19, at Milwaukee.  Mrs. Bell is
      a practicing physician in Milwau-      ard J. VAN    DOREN, Birnam-
           a graduate of Northwestern Uni-
      kee where they will be at home at      wood, on August 22, at Eland.
          versity. They will make their
      1914 Prospect Avenue.                  Mr. Van Doren is a teacher of
the       home in Milwaukee.
1930  Marvel Bott, La Crosse, to Dr.          eighth grade and band director
at  1931   Jane Reynolds Wenban, Lake For-
      Robert Becker MCCORMICK, New           Brandon, where they will make
          est, Ill., to Dr. Donald Wilson
      York City on October 10, in New
      York City.
1930  Erma White, Binghamton, N. Y.,
      to Dr. Carl OLSON, Sheboygan,
      on October 10, at Binghamton.
      Mrs. Olson is a graduate nurse
      and holds a position in a Bing-
      hamton hospital.  Dr. Olson is
      - on-thetaff ofthe endicom:John-_
      son Hospital at Binghamton.
1930  Elizabeth S. SCHLECK, Madison,
      to Leo M. Hilgers, Madison, on   i    *Yi &Tz 1Tl
      September 26, at Milwaukee.                             S you acquire
home, furnishings, busi-
      Mrs. Hilgers is a dietitian at St.                    A         acur
    hi
      Mary's Hospital, Madison.  Mr.       COPYRIGHT 1932 by     ness, automobile
and other posses-
      ison Rating Bureau. At home at    INS. CO. OP NORTH AMERICA  sions,
see to it that your protective program
      406 E. Washington Ave., Mad-
      ison.                                                keeps pace with
your property gains. Protect
1930  Beulah M. MILLER, Madison, to
ex '32 Leo Frank KOSAK, Madison, on                        what you have
with dependable insurance,
      September 8, at Madison. They                           t    f    
    to
      will make their home at Pinehurst.                   as typified by
the policies of Insurance
ex '30 Ethel Baumohl, New  York, to                        Company of North
America, oldest Amer-
      Stanley GOLDSTEIN, Milwaukee,
      on August 18, in New York City.                     ican   fire and
 marine insurance company,
      At home at 3901 N. Lake Dr.,
      Milwaukee.                                           founded 1792.
Consult the North America
ex 3 1 Myrtle SMALL, Madison, to John
ex '32 WHIPPLE, Eau Claire, on August                      Agent in your
section . . . he will advise
      22, at Madison. At home in Eau
      Claire, where Mr. Whipple is now                    you regarding a
proper insurance program.
      a member of the L. G. Arnold
      Construction Co.
1931  Sylvia J. BRUDOS, West Bend, to
      Theodore L. Harris, Aurora, Ill.,com                              
               p  any          o
      Mrs. Harris has been home agent              I
      of Washington County, Wiscon-
      sin, specializing in 4-H Club                       North         
    America
      work. Mr. Harris is assistant edi-
      tor of the Scott Foresman Publish-                             PHILADELPHIA
      ing Company at Chicago.
1931  Jeanne Hyde, Bradford, Pa., to
      Hugh L. HEMMINGWAY, Janes-      and its affiliated companies write
practically every form of insurance except life


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