|KEENE STATE TODAY SPRING 2009|
Beulah L. Thayer is 96 years old with nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. She's doing well!
IN MEMORIAM: Eleanor Pike Connors '30
IN MEMORIAM: Eunice W. Wilson '30
Claris H. Lacey turned 100 years old on Oct. 3, 2008. Happy birthday!
IN MEMORIAM: Eleanor Holley Dearborn '32
IN MEMORIAM: Hazel Connor Gilbert '32
IN MEMORIAM: Alice Whitcomb Domina '33
IN MEMORIAM: Katherine Wight Reid '34
Dolf Jursa, the husband of Alta Perkins Jursa, says that Alta is having some serious health problems. They are getting some help from the Visiting Angels. Alta and Dolf were missed at the Golden Circle luncheons last summer. They had been regulars for several years.
Barbara Myers writes: "This has been a long-term recovery year. My hips are both giving me trouble."
Ellen Hartshorn Grauer was delighted to have a visit from Judy Kalich recently.
Ferne Coffin Fogg lives high on a mountain in Montana. Her letters and e-mails are always interesting. She keeps busy helping her daughter Judy, who is having health problems. Ferne likes Pepper, the dog, for company when the family is away at work.
Velma Smith writes: "My daughter, Martha, and her husband, Roger Campbell, are also KSC grads. We are now widows. She has been with me in Upsala, Ontario, and now I am visiting her in Maine. I keep in touch with Norma Walker '51. God bless you all."
IN MEMORIAM: Arline Battles '37
Marion Truell Sabin writes from North Carolina where she is now living. She appreciates all the cards from the Alumni Office on her birthday. Marion was sorry to miss her 70th reunion last spring but living so far away made it difficult to attend.
IN MEMORIAM: Barbara Gardner Cox '38
IN MEMORIAM: Helen Berry Haubrich '38
IN MEMORIAM: Arthur Ide '38
IN MEMORIAM: Bertrand Tardif '39