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Elizabeth Norlander Newell
Martina Hoff Dudgeon enjoys playing bridge, going to NYC occasionally, and summering at Shelter Island, NY. She continues exercising and “running to the usual doctors.”
Emily MacLachlin Carl lives with one of her four daughters on a lake in Waccabuc, NY. She traveled to Chicago last fall to visit another daughter and spent Christmas with much of the family at yet another daughter’s in Acton, MA.
Karen Norvig Berry ’65 wrote that her mother, Elinor Juch Norvig, has been in the nursing section of her retirement home since suffering a seizure last June. Elinor’s sons visited from Alaska and Florida last summer. Karen and her husband live six miles from Elinor and see
Charlotte Smith King has been ill and moved to Rochester, NY, to live with son David and his wife, Marsha.
Marxie Squarcia Hesler and husband Harold live in a retirement complex. Although their traveling days are over, they are able to get around quite well. Their family has grown to 32 members, and Marxie says, “We enjoy trying to keep up with them.”
Sadly, Margaret Wilkinson Lodge died in March. Who will ever forget the wonderful tennis matches with “Billie” and Ruth Tompkins and Dr. Moore and Miss Osborne (head of the physical education department) on the tennis court outside the gym?