Clip from Cincinnati Enquirer, 15 FEB 1949, Page 14
Commis-Columbus, re- it Cincinnati Dentist 50 Years! Dr. Rudolph Siegel Honored At Dinner Given By Society J 'A. J Enquirer (Cochran) Photo. Dr. Rudolph Siegel, left, is shown with Dr. C. J. Hudson, President of the Cincinnati Dental Society, who is holding the certificate which the society presented to Dr. Siegel last night. Dr. Rudolph Siegel, for 50 years a Cincinnati dentist and member1 of the Cincinnati Dental Society, was honored at a dinner which the Dental Society gave last night at the Masonic Temple. He was presented with a certificate from the society. Two of Dr. Siegel's classmates from the class of 1898 at the old Ohio College of Dental Surgery here, Dr. John Molyneaux, Oxford, Ohio, and Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Hamilton, Ohio, attended the celebration. They and Dr. J. Homer Hu- schardt, Cincinnati, were speakers at the dinner at which Dr. C. J. Hudson. President of the society, presided. Dr. Howard J. Niedhamer, Dr. Joseph J. Stunteheck and Dr. Stan- A s iN r o ley L. Lons planned the dinner wnim was lunuwea nv me society s monthly meeting at which Dr. Wal ter J. Pryor of Cleveland spoke. Dr. Pryor was introduced by Dr. Carl H. Strieker. Dr. Siegel, who lives at 321 Jose- lin Ave., has six sons, three of them following in his footsteps profes sionally. Dr. Louis Siegel and Di. John Vincent Siegel are Cinclnndii dentists, and a younger son, Paul, is studying dentistry at Ohio State University, Columbus. Another son, Dr. Ferdinand Siegel, is a Cincin nati physician. Still another, Francis, is an X-ray technician at the Veterans Hospital, Dayton, OhU Joseph Siegel, completing the list of six. decided to be a salesman. Mrs. Dolores Spille of Cincinnati is the only daughter of the family.