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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - June 8, 1961, Madison, Wisconsin CAPITAL TIMES Jnne 3 1961 Obituaries Rlpoa Daughter Mrs Arthur M Vinje 74 Wife of Photographer Dies M Vinje 74 of 2800 Mwon st wife of Arthur M Vtajte photograph rr for the State Journal died Wednesday at a local hospital Vinje was active in social and community affairs at Rlpon where she formerly lived She was a former member of the ex ecutive committee of the Fond du Lac County Republican Club The daughter of the late Elmer Howe late publisher of the Ripon Press Ripon until its sale in 1953 she was a native of Elgin II Sfcs formerly taught in high schools at Omro Wis and Paul lina la She had been president of the Howe Publishing Co She was a graduate of Ripon High School and the University of Wis consin She was married to Mr Vinje May 24 1960 She was a past worthy matron of the RijKin chapter Order of the Eastern Star past noble grand pilgrim of the Rebekahs past president Ripon chapter American Association of Univer sity Women a member of the Congregational Church American Legion Auxiliary Educational Club and Hospital Auxiliary all at Ripon the Waupun chapter Daughters of the American Rev C V Lake ExEditor Dies At 71 MARHSALL C Victor Lake 71 retired publisher and editor of the Marshall Record died Wednesday at his home in Mar shall after a long illness He was born April 16 1890 in iun Prairie He learned the print ng trade as a young man and worked with his ather under the irm name of Varies H Lake and Son The el der Lake retired i 1926 and Mr a k e continued ubUsliing until he retired in 1958 Mr Lake had seen a Marshall esident for 64 rears He was a talent ed musician and Mrs Helen M Vinje olution and Bethel White Shrine Oshkosh She was secretary of the Ripon Hospital Commission Survivors besides her husband are a nephew and three nieces Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 pm in the B L Booth funeral home Oregon Bur ial will be in Prairie Mound cem etery there Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 pm Friday Arboretum Chairman Prof John T Curtis Noted U W Botanist Dies At 47 layed many years with the Mar Jiall Band and the Wisconsin ress Band He married the former Helen Leitske Wagner Milwaukee on Aug 25 1936 She survives Other survivors include two sis ers Mrs Caroline Clark 529 N LawnSt and Mrs Ben Duane E MifHin St both of on and a brother Ivan 506 W Vashington Ave Madison Funeral services will be held t p m Saturday at the Hart funeral home Marshall vith the Rev George Warren astor of the Waterloo Methodist Church officiating Burial will e in the Medina cemetery Mar hall Friends may call at the funeral lome after 1 p m Friday Prof John T Curtis 47 of 4102 Yuma Dr a member of the Uni versity of Wisconsin Botany de partment since 1937 died Wednes day in a local hospital He was instrumental in the de velopment of the plant ecology program at the University His former students now hold posi tions at college and research in stitutions throughout the United States and Canada He wae tivt author of a book The Vegetation of Wisconsin published in 1959 an examination of traditional ideas of land man agement He was the writer of more than 100 scientific papers He held a post as Research Di rector of the Societe Haitiano Americaine de D e v e 1 oppement Agricole in Gonaives Haiti dur ing World War H He was chair man of the Wisconsin State Board for the Preservation of Scientific Areas At the time of his death he was chairman of the University Ar boretum Committee and a mem her of the Environmental Biology panel of the National Science Foundation Washington D C He was a member of the Eco logical Society of America the British Ecological Society anc other scientific societies He attended Carroll College anc received his doctor of philosophy degree at the University of Wis consin in 1937 He received Gug genheim Fellowships in 1942 anc 1956 Survivors are his wife the for mer Jane Ann Kurtenacker two sons Steven and Thomas at home a brother F Philler Curt is registrar and director of ad missions for Menlo School and College Menlo Park Calif Privatefuneral services are be ing set Thefamily suggests that in lieu of flowers friends may send gifts directly to the Cancer Research Hospital for Clinical Research 1300 University Ave Madison 6 Rites Planned Friday Morning For Tony Fiore Funeral services for Anthony J Tony Fiore 69 Scottsdale Ariz president of the Fiore Coal and Oil Co here and a longtime former Madison resident who died last Sunday at his home in Scottsdale will be held Friday at 11 a no in the Schroeder fu neral home 3325 E Washington ave here Burial will be in Rose lawn cemetery with military graveside rites A Navy veteran of World War I Mr Fiore was a member of the American Legion and the Vet erans of Foreign Wars Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 p m today until time of services The Elks Lodge will conduct memorial rites in the funeral home tonight at 8 Other Area Deaths LAKE MILLS Leo Wolf gram 67 died Wednesday at Ft Atkinson Schulz funeral home Lake Mills W Muen ich 59 died Tuesday Erickson funeral home Aigyle Spoden 69 died Tuesday Whitcomb fu neral home Janesville Elmer Andre 80 died Tuesday Pt Jervis N Y Bert J Kra mer 75 died Wednesday Schei ble funeral home Baraboo JEFFERSON John Hotter 88 died today Matters funeral home Jefferson BENTONMrs John Cardin 90 formerly of Benton died Tuesday at Dubuque la LUNCHEON FEATURE Home Baked Macaroni Cheese Dish Bran Muffin butter tfce Weeb Golden French Toast Rich in Eggs Pork Sausage Links with Syrup and Butter Best cup of coffee in town WeilKnown Geologist Frederik T Thwaites Emeritus Professor Dies 77 ylctor Frederik T Thwaites 77 emer itus professor of geology at the University of Wisconsin died Wednesday in a Madison hospital after a long illness Prof Thwaites was the only son of Reuben Gold Thwaites distin guished historian and secretary for many years of the State His torical Society and of Jessie Tur villo Thwaites He spent his early summers on the Turville home stead on Lake Monona and later lived there permanently Mr Thwaites a geology pro fessor at the university for 38 years before his retirement in 1954 was once depicted as a man who knows more about Wiscon sin geology than any other Hving man His special areas of study were glaciers wells and Lake Superior sandstone He is as familiar with the great glaciers of the past as we with our campus Francis Hole a fellow professor once said of Woman Dies of Blast Injuries Husband Hurt RANDOLPH Schwoch 21 died Sharon Hicks SAUK CITY Funeral services or Sharon Hicks 6monthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Nor man Hicks Sauk City who died Vednesday at her home were held today at Sauk City ceme ery Survivors besides the parents are four brothers Norman Jr Timothy David and Joseph hree sisters Maureen Christine and Sandra and the grandpar ents Mr and Mrs Joseph Eck tein Sauk City Fay A Peterson Fay A Peterson 66 of 2830 Waunona Way died today n a local hospital after a long Uness A native of Burlington la she ived most of her life in Madison Her husband is her sole im mediate survivor Funeral services are set tenla ively for Saturday morning at the Frautschi funeral home 120 Wilson st Mr Thwaites and he Is as intt mate with the whole state as we are with our own back yards Prof Thwaites a lifelong Madi son resident received his B A degree in 1906 and his M A degree in 1908 He began teach ing at the university in 1916 He was a Phi Beta Kappa mem ber a life member in the Geo logical Society of America and a member of the State Historica Society and the Wisconsin Acade my of Science Art and Letters The body was taken to t h e Frautschi funeral home 120 E Wilson st Survivors include his wife Amy 41 Roby rd three sons Dr Thomas T Thwaites State Col lege Penn William M Thwaites Monterrey Calif and Robert G Thwaites 41 Roby rd and three grandchildren Memorials may be made to a fellowship in glacial geology a the University of Wisconsin Petra Flisram Mrs Petra Flisram 92 of 110 J Blount st died today at a ocal hospital A native of Norway Mrs Flis am came to Madison in 1928 rom Canada Survivors are two daughters tfrs Alex Freiman and Mrs Wil iam Fluckiger Madison three ons Ingvald and Iver Froland n Canada and Peter Froland Madison 22 grandchildren and lgreatgrandchildren Funeral services will be held a t u r d a y at 11 am in the Schroeder funeral home 3325 E Vashington ave with the Rev leorge M Orvick Holy Cross church officiating Bur al wll be in Roselawn cemetery Friends ttmy call at the funeral lome after 2 pm Friday Mrs Carol at a Beaver 3am hospital today from burns and injuries received Wednesday n an explosion of the heater in he brooder house on her farm on Highway 146 near the Cqurt and town hall Mrs Schwochs husband Al Schwoch was in poor condition at the hospital from burns re ceived in the explosion and Mrs Schwoch were married in August Mr and Mrs Schwoch were at tempting to relight the heater when it exploded A brood of 10 day old chicks was destroyed Windows in the brooder house were blown out and the building was badly damaged Mrs Schwoch is survived by he parents Mr and Mrs Edgar Wat ters Fall River riarry Gullickson STOUGHTON Funeral serv ees for Harry Gullickson 70 who led Wednesday will be held Fri lay at 2 pm in he EdisonOlsoi uneral home the Rev N Pau Our Saviours Lutheran church officiating Burial will be n Riverside cemetery Friends may c1 at the fu neral home today Mr Gullickson was an employe I the Stoughton Wagon Co am he Riverside Cemetery Associa ion until his retirement Survivors are two brothers Val demar Gullickson Stoughton an ynn Gullickson Milwaukee Emit H Lange COLUMBUS Emil H Lange 66 Columbus retired Fall Rive area farmer died today at h 5 home Survivors are his wife the for mer Louise Miller two daugh ters Mrs Robert McFariand Burlington and Mrs Fred Senn henn Astico a son Melvin Co lumbus and two stepsons Wil liam Marks Columbus and Car Marks Beaver Dam Funeral services are set tenta tively for Saturday at pm in the ZeidlerAlberts f u n e r a home here Burial will be in Hill side cemetery Friends may call at the funera home after 3 pm Friday Set Registration Registration for the summer ession at Edgewood College will be held Saturday from to 5 m at the registrars office in DeRicci Hall The summer ses ion will run from to tug 4 Another registration date IBS been set for June 24 three sisters Mrs Delbert Ha vorson Stoughton Mrs Fre erick Oppen Janesville and Mrs Norman Shotnakoff Sidney Mon1 Mrs Frank Woodhan Funeral services for Mrs Fran Woodham 68 of 938 Spaight st who died Wednesday will be he1 Saturday at p m in th Ryan funeral home 235 King St the Rev A T Wallace retire minister officiating Burial wi be in Roselawn cemetery Friends may call at the funer home after 2 p m Friday PERSONALIZED STATIONERY Convenient to County Parking Ramp LOW LOW FACTORY TO YOU STATE AT CORHAM PRICES TIL Heavy Duty Quality PLASTIC WALL TILE CLEARANCE Heavy Weight VINYL 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Recreation Plan Maple Bluffs summer recrea tion program will open Saturday at 10 am under the general di rectlon of Lyle Plagenz The pro gram will include swimming and diving classes tennis basketball horseshoes washer toss badmin ton croquet croquet golf ping pong volleyball checkers sand box and various water games Mary Verhulst will be hi charge of the girls swimming and div ing classes and Jeff Dean assist ed by Richard Stebbins Jeff An tonius and Ken Trachte of boys swimming and diving Five life guards will Ite on duty at the beach Arts crafts and smaller chil dren activities will be under the direction of Miss Verhulst Regis tration for both swimming and the crafts program classes will be from June 12 through June 16 with classes to begin June 19 at the beachhouse They will contin ue seven weeks through Aug 4 Piagenz assisted by James Heg ley will direct the summers baseball program to be held at Lakewood School Junior leaguers Assembly Bat Killed In Encore A bat circled through 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