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Katharine Nichols Winslow cele- brated her 100th birthday July 7. A lovely centennial party was given by her family. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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I stay in close touch with class president Lucy Jacoby Tarbox, who is doing quite well in her own apart- ment in Arizona. She is fortunate to have a son and other relatives close by. Last spring I gave a phone interview to the 50th convention of the Hungarian Graphology Association, which promotes the study of handwriting analysis and was founded by my aunt, Clara Goldzieher Roman, who specialized in analyzing the handwriting of twins. I was invited to give a speech, in Hungarian, at another meeting of the association a few months later. In October I taped a short welcom- ing speech that played during a plaque dedication ceremony for the Budapest School for the Blind, founded by my grand father, ophthalmologist William Gold zieher. My niece Michelle Gold zieher Shedlin ’66 read a speech (to which she contributed some research) that I wrote in English, which detailed my grandfather’s nonmedical achievements, explored his family life, and traced his lineage to 15th- century Spain. Intel lectually, those experi- ences were a great high! LUCY HERNADY ARNOTI 7425 DEMOCRACY BOULEVARD, APT. 10 BETHESDA, MD 20817-1207 301-469-0333


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my license. My recommendation: alert friends and family to be careful when driving in North Carolina! Jane enter- tained 15 family members, includ ing four great-grandchildren, for Thanks giving. She had a wonderful time, but says, “I “never want to see another turkey.” Jane is enjoying life in a quiet way. Mary Heber Mathews can’t believe how long ago 1936 (our freshman year) was. She still illustrates her writings with cute smiling faces.


I am still playing Mah Jongg, doing line dancing (I sit out some of the dances), golfing, playing croquet once a week, and attending a “sit and be fit” exercise class twice a week. I also enjoy going to the opera and seeing movies. CHARLOTTE STERN ROUBEY THE CEDARS 626 CEDAR CLUB CIRCLE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27517 SKIDDY40@COCHILL.NET


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Adele Bagg Durward lives


with daughter Nance in Mashpee, MA, and also enjoys time with her son, who lives in New Zea - land part of the year.


JUNE 2–5


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Jane Griswold Mensel had her driving license renewed for five years, which means she can be on the road until she’s 98! Although she thinks there is something wrong with the sys- tem, she is “not going to argue about it.” I just had the same experience renewing


Adele walks with a cane and says, “I read constantly, enjoy some television, and paint in a class at a senior center; I won a prize for a painting.” She also has two kit- tens that had been left on a woodpile. Tomi Kuwayama Tedesco made her first visit to Canada last fall and enjoyed beautiful weather. She traveled to Mon - treal and Quebec with a Road Scholar/ Elderhostel group, accompanied by her oldest daughter. They had a wonderful time visiting museums, eating well at French restaurants, and hearing fine music at the cathedral. Bettina Loheed Towne Moore enjoyed a visit from grandson James, who is 7 months old. Tina and husband John are now the proud grandparents of nine, in - cluding two girls named Amelia. Daughter Mary and her husband will go to Japan soon to inspect the newest Amelia, born six months ago. The Moores are fine but don’t travel anymore. Tina plays bridge and croquet several times a week. Arizona resident Edith Lichtman Alt - schuler sold her house and moved to a retirement apartment after suffering an episode of Valley Fever and a coronary. She is still arranging and rearranging her new space. Her son threw her a 90th birthday party in December. Edith re ports, “Having 130 people yelling ‘Surprise!’


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