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Winter 1999-2000
Vol. 62, No. 2

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SLATER SOCIETY

PRE-1950s REUNION
October 12-15, 2000

'30

70TH REUNION
OCTOBER 12-15, 2000

'35

65TH REUNION
OCTOBER 12-15, 2000

'37

Ruth Goodman Rapport reports that she and three former Campus Times editors, Claire Meyer Leopold '35, Margaret Glynn Foster '36, and Miriam Klonick Corris, had a lunch "full of nostalgia" when they got together in July. Rapport adds that 1999 marks her 50th year of giving book reviews to groups.

'40

60TH REUNION
OCTOBER 12-15, 2000

Sallie Shafer Jackson '41N writes that she has moved and would love to hear from friends. Her new address is: Cypress Glen, 100 Hickory St., Apt. B317, Greenville, N.C. 27858. . . . Verna Volz sends an update: "After 26 years with the YWCA, I returned to Thailand in 1966 to spend the rest of my life as an expat. Identifying with a culture that I have grown to appreciate and love, I have developed a new profession helping run a riding and sports camp for the children of many nationalities who live in Thailand. My sociology major now tries to help me understand what is going on in the American culture as well. I visit family in Rochester and friends elsewhere about every three years, keeping in touch with some University classmates."

'42

John "Jack" Baumer sent a brief note and a newspaper clipping about Donald O'Keefe '41, who died in June 1942 during an accident while training pilots in Pensacola, Fla., for the war. O'Keefe was featured as part of a Providence (R.I.) Journal story about Rhode Island's recognition of V-J Day and the aging population of World War II veterans. "Don O'Keefe was a member of Delta Upsilon and was one of the founders of the famous Quilting Club in the 1940s. I believe he was one of the first U of R men to die in WWII," Baumer writes.

'44

Helen McCord Chapman writes that Robert '42 and Ruth Diller Woods and Marge Cook Faulkner hosted her and her husband, Carlos, and Richard and Marjorie Webb Kriebel at their Wisconsin lake homes in June. Helen Chapman notes: "As you can well imagine, we rarely stopped talking--a quartet of tennis players entertained me, Bob played the piano, and we sang all of those Rochester songs. It was a delight and we were a smiling bunch. We would love to say 'hi' to all our friends of 1944. Let's hear from you now. Best wishes to you all."

'45

55TH REUNION
OCTOBER 12-15, 2000

'46

Theodore VanZandt '50M (MD), chairman emeritus of the radiology department at Rochester General Hospital, retired June 30 after more than 50 years of service.

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