Name: Marjorie Maxine RUDY 1
Birth: 14 AUG 1922 in Soldier, Jackson Co., Kansas 1
Baptism: Methodist Church, Atchison,Kansas
THE LIFE OF MARJORIE MAXINE RUDY
Marjorie Maxine Rudy, was born August 14, 1922 in Soldier, Jackson Co., Kansas. She is the daughter of Ernest A. and Elfa A. [ Fisher ] Rudy. Her father, Ernest A. was born at Circleville, Kansas, and mother Elfa A. was born near Soldier, Kansas. Her grandfather, John H. Fisher was born near Platte City, Missouri, and grandmother, Hulda Ann [Thompson] Fisher was born near Soldier, Kansas. Her grandfather, Thomas A. Rudy was born three miles south of Soldier, Kansas, and grandmother, Elnora May [Stanley] Rudy was born near Circleville, Kansas.
Marjorie lived at 1414 Atchinson Street, Atchinson, Kansas. She was baptized into the United Methodist Church, Atchinson, Kansas. She went to the Public school there. Then in 1930 she moved Scott City with her parents and brothers.
Because of her fathers promotion to District Sales Manager. She joined the United Methodist Church, and enrolled in the public school. While in Scott City, she lived in three different houses. Mr. Rudy, her dad became very sick, and passed away March 28, 1932. He was buried in Soldier Cemetery, Jackson Co., Kansas.
Mother returned to Scott City after the burial and had every thing moved to
590 Nebraska street, Holton. I entered the public school, to finish the fourth grade. I went back the second year to finish the fifth grade. Then mother moved us to Soldier, Kansas, to open a Hotel and Cafe. I entered into the sixth grade and finished the seventh grade. A lot of things happened to Soldier, rail road moved out, town caught on fire and burned out the business district, no crops for the farmers. Mother got out of the Hotel and Cafe, and got a job in Holton, Kansas, as a supervisor for a Woman Sewing Project, It was started up by our Government for distress mothers. So now I returned to Holton with my mother and brothers. I finished my schooling in Holton, graduating in 1940. Then going on to business school in Topeka, Kansas. After graduating from business school, I went to work Bottenburg Auto Company, Holton, Kansas, and lived with my mother.
Marjorie M. Rudy and Orville R. Hug were married Sunday, December 7, 1941 at 2:00 PM at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. Owen W Prince officiating. They were accompanied by Miss Doris Mae Shelby and Gordon Routh as bridesmaid and best man. I was wearing a medium blue street dress and Orville had on a new gray pinstripe suit. We left immediately after the ceremony for Independence, Missouri. Where Mr. Hug had a civil service job at the Lake City Ordnance Plant. Their address is 810 South Forrest, Independence, Missouri.
After we arrived at the apartment, we turned the radio on, we Learned of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Orville was then drafted into the army in may 1942, and sent to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. I returned home with my mother, and later joined Orville in Aberdeen, Maryland. Where I found some clerical work. In the fall of 1944, I become pregnant, so this worried both of us. Orville went Officers Training School, in the spring I went to mothers home in Holton,Kansas. Alan Ray was born June 2, 1945, the war was ended in Germany. All we had left to worry about was Japan, and it ended on September 2, 1945. So all the boys would be coming home soon. My brother, Ernie was home on a convalescent leave, and had returned to Madigan General Hospital in Tacoma, Washington, to be discharged out of the service. Orville was discharged in October, 1945 and we returned to Holton,Kansas.
Father: Ernest Allen Sr. RUDY b: 21 DEC 1896 in Circleville, Jackson Co., Kansas
Mother: Elfa Angeline FISHER b: 24 DEC 1898 in Soldier, Jackson Co., Kansas
Orville Ray HUG b: 16 MAY 1921 in Hoyt, Jackson Co., Kansas
7 DEC 1941
in Holton, Jackson Co., Kansas
- Note: Miss Marjorie Maxine Rudy, daughter of Elfa A. Rudy of Holton and Mr. Orville Ray Hug, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hug of Hoyt, were quietly married at the Methodist parsonage Sunday afternoon December 7, 1941, Rev. Owen W. Prince officiating. They were accompanied by Miss Doris Mae Shelby and Gordon Routh as bridesmaid and best man. They left immediately after the ceremony for Independence, Missouri, were Mr Hug has a civil service job at the Lake City Ordinance Plant.
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- Title: Rudy2
Text: Date of Import: Jan 26, 2000