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HISTORY OF LETTERMAN GENERAL HOSPITAL

 

Page 34

 

PERSONEL OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICE

 

Lieut.

A. G. Waidelich

Chief of Service.

Capt.

Cerf Rosenthal

Interviewer.

Lieut.

J. L. Mery

Morale and Finance Officer.

Lieut.

Chas. C. Stech

Psychologist.

Lieut.

R. E. Davis

Vocational Head.

Lieut.

Spencer W. Symons

Listening Post.

Hospital Sergeant

F. C. Rosser

Charge of Property.

Sfc.

L. W. Anderson

charge Academic work.

 

Chester W. Hogg

Laison Officer, Orthopedic.

 

R. L. Ware

Gymnasium Assistant.

Sgt.

Eric C. Allen

Listening Post

 

Roy E. Harper

Linotype Instructor.

 

H. C. Patton

Bookkeeping Instructor.

Cpl.

Walter Kimmell

Charge Enrollment.

 

Edward W. Himrod

Listening Post.

 

John W. Hill

Clerical.

Pfc.

G. K. Sundlie

Charge of Records.

 

L. Richards

Auto Shop Assistant.

Pvt.

Harry Seeling

Wood Shop Assistant.

 

Joel Dutton

Orderly.

 

Mr. Alfred Livingston

Interviewer.

 

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC

 

Miss Zelma Anderson.

Miss Loise Allder.

Miss Anna Cooledge

Miss Lura Cook.

 

Miss Rose Day.

Mrs. E. Halliday.

Miss Belle Haven.

Miss Flora McLean.

Mrs. H. Mendoza.

Miss Marjorie Mills.

Miss L. O’Connor.

 

 

 

 

SECRETARIAL.

 

Miss Alma Levison.

    (Editor Listening Post)

Mrs. Agnes W. Reed.

Miss Jessie M. Reed.

Miss Bertha Richardson.

 

 

 

 

POSTER WORK

Miss Rina Moseley

MUSIC

Miss Ethyl M. Grazer.

JEWELRY

Mrs. Don Carlos.

 

SOCIAL SERVICE

Miss Emily Rued.

Miss Helen Vail.

 

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TRAINING SCHOOLS

 

                                                                                               

Messers:

H. R. Keller—Agriculture.

W. S. Batterman—Agriculture.

J. L. Dalton—Outo (sic) Shop

H. A. DeLuca—Vulcanizing.

J. F. Melin—Welding.

J. M. Johnston—Wood Shop.

J. H. Madden—Wood Shop.

J. A. Hall—Mech. Drawing.

 

TECHNICAL

Mrs. L. Mannocci.

  J. A. Straughn—Mech. Drawing.

  A. W. Miller—Mech. Drawing.

  R. L. Rivera—Art Work.

  E. F. Forst—Machine Shop.

  W. J. Pillars—Leather Shop.

  K. C. Clark—Radio.

  B. Stedlinger—Radio.

  R. E. Warner—Academic.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE

Miss Beatrice Butler.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRAFT WORK

 

Miss E. Atonovich.

Miss Avesia Atkins

Mrs. Frances Bell.

Miss Agnes Berry.

Miss Margaret Brunton.

Miss S. DuBois

Miss Perl DuBois.

Miss Audret Evans.

Miss Mildred Everett.

Miss F. Fetherston.

Miss Grace Goldberg.

Miss May Hackett.

Miss Jessie Guild.

Miss Margaret Hall.

Miss Helen Harket.

Miss Marion Hartwell.

Miss Milard Holden.

Miss Gladys Hobart.

Miss Sabena Johnson.

Miss Ruth Jones.

Miss Ruth Kroll.

Miss Gladys Laughlin.

Miss Gladys Lowden.

Miss Vena McDonald.

Miss Elizabeth Melcer.

Miss Arline Miller.

Mrs. Frances Neil.

Miss Florence Northrup.

Miss Ina Perham.

Miss Marion Quinlan.

Miss Edna Raum.

Miss Florence Selby

Mrs. M. Sutherland.

Miss Eleanor Thayer.

Miss Jeanne Traxler.

Miss J. Van Wormer.

Mrs. Beatrice Werthy.

Miss Belle Weyant.

Miss Mael Whitmore.

Miss Nelle Wills.

Miss Mabel Yourex.

Miss Margaret Ellis.

 

 

 

 

 

LIEUTENANT ARTHUR G. WAEDELICH

CHIEF OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICE

 

      Born December 16, 1890, Lafayette, Indiana.  Graduated from University of Chicago, 1914.  Instructor in Practical Mechanics Purdue University.  Supervisor in Manual Training, Martin Co. Schools, Minnesota.  Instructor in Industrial School, University of Chicago.  Supervising Principal, Junior High School, Tyson, Arizona.  Executive Officer of Educational Service at Letterman General Hospital.  Chief of the Educational Service at Letterman General Hospital.

 

 

STARS AND STRIPS DEFENDERS CLUB

 

      The dances at the Stars and Stripes Defenders Club on Post street have been an attraction for thousands

of uniformed men.  Good music, beautiful girls and hostess, who were real mothers to every man made an irresistible combination.  The following ladies are responsible for the success of the club:  Mrs. J. J. Gottlob, Mrs. R. M. Loesser, Mrs. Sigmund Stern, Mrs. James A. Otis, Mrs. Frank B. Anderson, Mrs. Charles W. Slack, Mrs. Edgar DePue, Miss Mary L. Phelan, Mrs. Wm. T. Sesnon, Miss L. L. McKinstry, Mrs. George A. Pope, Mrs. E. R. Dimond, Mrs. Gaillard Stoney, Mrs. Cyrus Walker, Mrs. James Rolph, Jr., Mrs. Max C. Sloss, Mrs. Milton H. Esberg, Mrs. LeRoy Nickel, Mrs. Wm. H. Crocker, Mrs. Jesse W. Lilienthal, Mrs. P. C. Hale, Mrs. Marcus S. Koshland, Mrs. Robert Oxnard, Mrs. Frederick W. Bradley, Mrs. Frederick G. Sanborn,

 

 

NATIONAL DEFENDERS CLUB

of the Presidio

 

      Dancing every evening except Sunday, a canteen, library, pool, billiards and cards are the attractions at the National Defenders Club.  Just outside the Presidio gates on Lombard street it is essentially a soldier’s club.

      The following ladies are in charge:  Mrs. Corode, Miss Rodgers, Miss Abrams, Miss Blumenthal, Miss R. Bernard, Mrs. Ross, Miss M. Eisner, Miss O’Leary.

 

 

 

Transcribed by Sharon Walford Yost.

Source: ”The History of Letterman General Hospital, Page 34. Published by the Listening Post, Presidio, San Francisco, Cal. 1919.


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