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

Weddings,   pp. 36-37


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   Patricia Helen MOYER is with the organic
 chemical technical staff at the B. F. Good-
 rich Research Center, Brecksville, Ohio.
   Second Lt. Lawrence CLANCY was gradu-
 ated from the officers basic course at the
 Engineer school, Ft. Belvoir, Va.
   Among six students to receive a Preserved
 Smith scholarship for academic excellence was
 William RABE, a student at McCormick
 Theological Seminary.
   Lola HOPKINS has accepted a teaching
 assistantship at the College of Agriculture,
 University of North Dakota, Fargo. She is
 teaching while working on her master's
 degree in pharmacy.
   After separation from the army, Thomas
 K. TREICHEL is working at the Renne-
 bohm Park St. and University Ave. store,
 Madison. He is living at the University
 YMCA.
   Attorney Earl E. McMAHON has opened
 law offices in Durand and practices one day
 a week in Pepin, Wis. He was the Repub-
 lican candidate for district attorney of Pepin
county in the recent election.
   Employed as a sales representative for In-
 ternational Business Machine Co., Topeka,
 Kan. is William ROTZOLL.
   Elizabeth A. EHLERS was married in July
 to Dr. Paul A. Ferrier, Jr. They are living
 in Pasadena, Calif.
   Robert T. LORENZEN writes: "I have
 taken a position with Colorado A. and M.
 College, Ft. Collins, doing the design and
 supervision of construction for agricultural
 experiment station buildings.
   Former news director for WBEV, Beaver
 Dam, Dennis CRABTREE joined the staff of
 WIBA, Madison.
   Robert M. RENNICK      has moved   to
 Chapel Hill, N. C., where he is on the
 sociology department faculty of the Univer-
 sity of North Carolina.
   "I am now teaching at Starr-King elemen-
 tary school in Long Beach, Calif." writes
 Jackelen NICOLET.
 1955
   Three  UW   graduates were graduated
 recently from the military medical orienta-
tion course at the Army Medical Service
School, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. They are
Lts. Lyle F. DOBBERKE and David M.
FUHS, both of Oshkosh, and Lt. Leonard
STANGL, La Crosse.
  Ens. Philip M. PALMER is on duty with
the navy aboard the USS Hissem.
  Living in San Francisco, Calif., is Wayne
D. IVERSON who is employed by the Na-
tional Parks as a landscape artist.
  Walter PASCIAK was recently promoted
to the rank of Army first lieutenant.
  Attorney Roger RADUE opened his own
law office in Madison.
  Beverly SINNIGER is working as a copy-
writer in the advertising department of the
Catechetical Guild publishing company, St.
Paul, Minn.
  The   David   STANLEYS       (Martha
LANGER) are living in New York where
he is enrolled in Columbia University Law
school. A baby daughter, Catherine Mary,
arrived in September.
  Sarah MILEY was a co-winner in the
$1,000  college art contest sponsored by
Mademoiselle magazine. She is studying at
the Pope Pius Institute in Florence, Italy.
  An army officer° from Madison, John J.
NOVOTNY was recently assigned to the
first infantry division at Ft. Riley, Kan.
  Specialist Third Class Arno A. DENNER-
LEIN, Jr., West Chicago, is chief clerk in
headquarters company of the third armored
division in Germany.
  Richard W. WINOGRAD entered the rab-
binical school of the Jewish Theological
Seminary in New York City this fall.
  A recent graduate of the infantry school's
ranger course at Ft. Benning, Ga. is Lt.
Robert J. GINGRASS, Madison.
  Alan PRISK is stationed with the army
in Japan.
  A new English instructor at Kaukauna
high school is Barbara LITTLE.
  Now employed as a social group worker
at the International Institute of Metropolitan
Detroit is LuEtta Carol PELNAR.
  Lt. Gary L. SCHWANDER, Milwaukee,
has completed six months active duty mili-
tary training at Ft. Belvoir, Va.
  Pvt. Donald A. WITT, Milwaukee, began
six months active duty training at Ft. Leon-
ard Wood, Mo. in August.
  Pfc. Gerald W. BARD, Milwaukee, has
been assigned to the plant products branch
of the food laboratories, Quartermaster Food
and Container institute for the armed forces.
  Currently stationed in  France is Pfc.
Eugene R. ZENTZ.
  M. David APKER is assigned to the pub-
lic information office at Ft. Huachuca, Ariz.
  A former employee of Northern Trust Co.,
Chicago, Pvt. Thomas R. SCHUKNECHT
recently qualified as expert in firing the M-i
rifle at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.
. Pvt. Robert G. GEHRING is taking six
months active duty training at Ft. Dix, N.J.
  Serving in Europe as part -f Operation
Gyroscope is Pvt. Charles R. HIED, Inde-
pendence, Mo.
  Pvt, Gordon J. KUBIAK, Wautoma, par-
ticipated in a first infantry division army
training test at Ft. Riley, Kan.
  Lt. Ronald W. HAASE, Milwaukee, is
assigned to the 79th engineer group at Ft.
Belvoir, Va.
Alumnus Aids Hungary
A    YUGOSLAV VETERAN of his country's war                He escaf
     with the Nazis who was one of last June's in 1943, cr
University graduates assumed command of a newly   Navy, and
opened American Red Cross Hungarian refugee camp a refugee. 1
in Austria last month.                                  gram empl
  Robert D. Martin knows only too well the prob- camp direci
lems of the refugee men, women, and children fleeing  children's c
across the border from Hungary to be sheltered in the  He came
second Austrian refugee camp in Austria to be     his wife,
opened by the American Red Cross ... one of almost  money for
50 camps run by 40 Red Cross societies of 40 nations.   of the ma
  Born in Belgrade, Martin became an officer in the  and in spit
Yugoslav army following his graduation from the   to take par
Belgrade Royal Military College in 1937. He was in He majorec
the thick of the fighting when the Nazis overran  in Slavic la
Yugoslavia in 1941, and was taken prisoner.      ian, French
Wisconsin Alumnus, January, 1957
!s Refugees
ed in 1942, returned to Yugoslavia, and
"ossed to Italy to join the Royal Yugoslav
with the war's end, returned to Italy as
Jnited Nations Refugee Resettlement pro-
oyed him following the war as refugee
tor, the final camp being a Salerno, Italy,
enter.
to the United States in 1949, and he and
Vera, worked for several years to save
him to enter the University. He was one
intenance crew at the University Club,
e of weekend work schedules, found time
t in activities of the Russian-Polish club.
I in international economics and minored
nguages. He speaks German, Russian, Ital-
, and Bulgarian fluently.
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