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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 62, Number 15 (July 1961)

Newly married,   pp. 54-55

Page 55

  Lois F. SCHLOUGH   and Gerald B.
Marsh, Nashua, Ia.
  Janice J. SCHOMMER and William M.
GRESENZ '56, Neenah.
  Carol M. Stampfl and Anton V. SIMENC,
  Hilda T. Schwartz and Walter G. TAS-
CHEK, New York, N. Y.
  Merut A. Warnius and Ernest J. THOR'PE,
Chicago, Ill.
  Karen R. 'WEINKAUF and Daniel BAU-
MANN '58, Wausau.
  Nancy E. McDowell and Richard L. WES-
ENBERG, Madison.
  'Sandra Pinkerton and Robe t G. WEST-
PHAL, Brandon.
  Mary A. Elskamp and Larry J. CARSON,
  Mary A. DERR and Daniel E. TORPHY
  '59, Madison.
  Lea F. GIBLYN and John R. Kroll, Mad-
  Karen M. JOHNSON       and Charles F.
  Mary J. LA DUKE and 'Phillip E. GOKEY,
  Kay E. NELSON and Gary J. DiVall,
  Helen C. Bray and James M. O'DON-
NELL, Dodgeville.
  Joyce E. Hustad and Jerome J. SUTTER,
Mt. Horeb.
  Juliet H. TJOFLAT and Jay M. FOR-
RESTER '61, St. Louis, Mo.
  Janine ;P. Erichsen and Ojars J. ZIEME-
LIS, Mukwonago.
  Judith M. ANGEVINE and Eugene J.
FLATH '60, Madison.
  Mary A. BECKWITH     and John L.
Sprague, Madison.
-Susan . and&-Charl es W. UEHL,
  Gretchen Schoenwetter  and Henry M.
DERLETH, Beaver Dam.
  Donna M. KARES and Edward D. KRAUS
  '59, Fond du Lac.
  Kay M. LA COURT and Carl R. Becker,
  JoAnn Johansen and Harland E. LEE,
  JoAnn F. Kaufman and Harvey L. MAL-
CHOW, Baraboo.
  Mary A. Warren and LaVerne M. NEL-
SON, 'Madison.
  Ruth A. OLSON and Roger W. Fellnagel,
  Susan D. RANDOLIPH      and James L.
CLAkPP '56, Madison.
  Deena O'Connell and Thomas A. RICH-
TER, 'Madison.
  Polly M. SCHUMANN and Bruce L. Boe-
gel, Madison.
  Toby L. SHAPIRO and Peter B. WAL-
LACH, Prairie du Chien.
  Ellen D. McCarthy -and Bruce D. THORE-
SON, Madison.
  Rosann M. WILLOUGHBY and Clayton
E. RASMUSSEN '59, Madison.
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