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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Vol. 73, Number 1 (Oct. 1971)

Deaths,   p. 31


Page 31


  Marilyn Murphy and James Peter
O'ROURKE in Egg Harbor.
  Ann Mary Hochstetter and Joseph T.
PAWLAK in Madison.
  Carol Ann PETTIBONE and David J.
Anderson in Racine.
  June M. Krueger and John F. PILGRIM
in Rhinelander.
  Cynthia Louise ROMAKER and Daniel
A. Thoftne in Madison.
  Jean Mary Wisnicky and Earl Louis
SCHUETTE in Spring Valley, Wis.
  Christine Mary Koenig s and Ronald
Joseph SCHWENK in Marytown, Wis.
  Katherine Mary SPRINGER and Larry
L. SCHREIBER in Lake Mills.
  Marianne Bishton and Dennis STANKE
in Lake Geneva.
  Carolyn Cance Senty and Michael F.
STIEGHORST in Sheboygan.
  Karen Louise STRANGEBERG and
William Eugene Nowell in Kenosha.
  Lisa Ann Neese and John Edmund
  THACHER in McFarland.
  Sharon McAllister and William THIEL
  in Weyauwega, Wis.
  Susanna TQY and Richard J. HAMMES
  in Milwaukee.
  Patricia Lynn WILLIAMS and Frank
  Capozzi in Madison.
  Jane Therese Safransky and Dennis M.
  WOJTAK in Kenosha.
  Judith A. Anderson and James P.
  WUNSCH Jr. in Madison.
  Deaths
  Carl Elisha FISCHER '00, Cottage
  Grove, Ore.
  Oscar H. G AA RD EN '07, Winona,
  Minn.
  Mrs. F. Ellis Johnson (Elizabeth Dale
  TROUSDALE) '09, Salem, Ore.
  Charles William STODDART '09, State
  College, Pa.
  Mrs. Orson C. Gillett (Leslie B. WEED)
  '10, Madison.
  Anita L. DOHMEN '11, Milwaukee.
  Ethel Theodora ROCKWELL '11, Mad-
  ison.
  Leora VAIL '11, Benton, Wis.
  George McMurtrie MOORE '12, Jack-
  son, Minn.
  William Francis PLUMMER '12, Bara-
  boo.
    Dean Brown BECKER, Sr. '13, Ft. At-
  kinson.
    Richard Clarence NEVIN '13, Racine.
    Katherine SARA Z IN '16, Southport,
  Conn.
    Rolf GRIEM '17, Pittsburgh.
    Winifred P. BOWLES '19, Waunakee.
  Karl Simeon BARNARD '22, Brillion.
  Cyril Lambert ERICKSON, '22, Naples,
Fla.
  Louis Orlando EVENSON '23, San An-
gelo, Tex.
  Dominic Frank SCHMIT '23, Moores-
town, N. J.
  Herman Henry BARKER '24, Eau
Claire.
  Mrs. Lon L. Grier (Florence Esther
THOMPSON) '24, Milwaukee.
  Anna KUSTA '24, Two Rivers.
  Sam SCHWARTZ '24, Madison.
  Clarence Gerald JAX '30, Houston.
  Leone Florence OLDER '30, Madison.
  Edward Eugene DEN DOOVEN '32,
Menasha.
  Mrs. William H. Frackelton (Jane Rohn
LOVE) '32, Milwaukee.
  Mrs. Leslie A. Wood (S. Jane HOO-
VER) '34, Phoenix.
  William James HARLEY '35, Milwau-
kee.
   Karlton Alvin KRASIN '35, Chicago.
   Jane Catherine DALE '38, Monmouth,
 Ore.
   Erland Waldemar JOHNSON '38, She-
 boygan.
   Howard Herman BIENDARRA '39,
 Springfield, Ill.
   Warner Eugene FRANK '39, Wheaton,
 Ill.
   Eugene Frank KUEHLTHAU '39, Mo-
 line, Ill.
   Rev. Reynold Daniel McKEOWN '39,
 Green Bay.
   Mrs. Harold A. Winson (Lucille Helen
 KLAFTER) '39, Jamaica, N. Y.
   Mrs. Leo H. Eberhardy (Frances The-
 resa WILLIHNGANZ) '41, Madison.
   Roland Keith WACKER '42, Madison.
   Jerry Louis DAME '43, Madison.
   Herbert Theodore SCHLINKERT '47,
 Ridgewood, N. J.
   Lois Mae OEHLER '50, Appleton.
   Walter Daniel VON GNECHTEN '50,
 Madison.
   Mr. and Mrs. Donald PURUCKER '51
 (Joan Mary EISENMANN) '51, Water-
 ford, Wis., in an automobile accident.
   John Anthony CHECK '53, Madison.
   Richard Paul KUHLEN '60, Madison.
   William Thomas PEYTON '68, Boston.
   Stephen Thomas LIMMEX '69, Spring
 Green.
         FACULTY DEATHS
    Margaret Kuenne HARLOW, primate
  psychologist, on the faculty since 1946
  and renowned for her work in primate
  behavior done in conjunction with her hus-
  band, Prof. Harry Harlow, whom she mar-
  ried in 1948.
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, cheese and/or Wisconsin
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on for a UW football
s year we're moving* our
tality Room to the new
South, at Randall and
on. Pull into one of the
parking lots near Camp
all, and stop to see us be-
10 a.m. and noon.
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our pre-luncheon cocktail,
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g rooms in the Union.
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Homecoming Weekend,
6, we'll be there and at
Ni House, 650 N. Lake St.
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