Family:William Hutcherson and Sally Grainger (1)

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Other[2] 1921 Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United StatesMet in Economics class at the University of Kentucky
Marriage[1] Aug 1924

Sally and Will had their first date on January 6, 1922 going to a Sunday night church meeting and this was the beginning of a storybook romance. They were devoted to each other and their love and happiness was a joy to be around.   Will and Sally were married on August 29, 1924 and Will began teaching at Berea College in September 1924.  Sally, having majored in Home Economics, worked as a dietician occasionally for the College food services.  [Quoted from 2005 Hutcherson Reunion Information]

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  1. Hutcherson, William Robert. Maps of Certain Cyclic Involutions on Two Dimensional Carriers. 1931.

    The writer was born at Glasgow, Kentucky, December 20, 1898. Graduating from the Glasgow High School in 1919 [sic; a final 8 is written in pencil], he studied one year at the Western Kentucky State Normal School and then received the A.B. degree from University of Kentucky in 1922, and M.A. in Mathematics in 1924. After two years as Head of the Department of Mathematics in the Junior High School at Berea, Kentucky, he became Associate Professor of Mathematics and Head of the Department. He studied four summer quarters at the University of Chicago, and is now a Fellow in Mathematics at Cornell University.
    He married Sally May Grainger in 1924. They have two children, Sarah Ann, 3, and Martha Lou, one.

  2. Family Records.