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Janett, Leslie G. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 39, Number 2 (November, 1934)

Alumni notes,   pp. 30-31


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                    ELECTRICALS
  QUIRINO., FELIX, '29, is an electrical engineer contractor
with Philight, Inc., Manila, P. I.
  PRATT, ROBERT H., '29, was married on July 27 to
Dorothy Holt, '30, Edgerton. Mr. Pratt is an electrical engi-
neer at the Globe Union Company of Milwaukee.
YONKO, BERT, '32, is an electrician at the Nekoosa Ed-
--Il P.-~o 9. P--or (no    Port. Vd_1
wards. He is living in Nekoosa.
  JOHNSON, EDWIN E., '24, is a dis-
tribution engineer with the Chicago
surface lines.
              CIVILS
  ACHKI, FERIDUM, '33, of Stam-
boul, Turkey, was married on August
9th at Stamboul to Dorothy Krumholz,
'30, formerly of Arcadia. Mr. Achki
is the supervising engineer of a rail-
road crew in Kurdista, where the
couple will live for a year. Later they
will live in Stamboul.
  KACHEL, JR., WILLIAM F., '33,
was married on June 30 at Madison
to Virginia Hovey, Madison. Their
address is 276 East Wabasha Street,
Winona, Minn. Mr. Kachel is a civil
engineer with Merritt, Chapman &
Whitney Corporation.
  KUENZLI, DANIEL H., '29, is work-               R. C. 1\
ing in the La Crosse division of the His election to a vice
Wisconsin Highway Commission and eral Electric Company
living at 115 S. 19th Street, La Crosse. previous issue of the
  FUHR, LAWRENCE, '32, is with the Milwaukee division
of the Wisconsin Highway Commission, as instrument man
and inspector on the construction of three bridges on High-
way 42 north of Kenosha.
  SALTZSTEIN, IRVING D., '26, is temporarily engaged
as truck-trailer locator for the U. S. Forest Service in
Southern Illinois. His address is Camp Eddyville, F4, Eddy-
ville, Illinois.
  DAHLMAN, JOHN H., '29, is superintendent of a U. S.
Forest Service Camp at Eddyville, Illinois.
  LUEDERS, CARL J., '11, is superintendent of gas opera-
tion for the Lynn Gas and Electric Co. at Lynn, Mass.
  WHEELER, EARL W., '32, has been employed as senior
                              engineer of the Gilmanton
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division of ECW flood con-
trol since August 1, 1933.
He was married to Esther
Litney of Beloit on Septem-
ber 17, 1933, and at present
the couple is staying in
Mondovi.
PELESKE, LEO W., '30,
                              is on the staff of the U. S.
Engineers in the Duluth-Superior district, acting as in-
spector on the harbor dredging work.    Aided by three
assistants, he must lay out the work and see that it is
done to specifications.
  KRUELL, GEORGE, '10, associate civil engineer in the
U. S. Treasury Department in Milwaukee, and KRIEGER,
ELMER, '25, are trustees for the International Federation
of Technical Engineers, Architects, and Draftsman Unions,
Local No. 54, which was organized in Milwaukee recently.
The union is affiliatel with the American Federation of Labor.
  WAGNER, AUBREY J., '33, is a civil engineer on the
Muscle Shoals dam in Tennessee.
  KING, MAX., '09, formerly with the J. G. White Engi-
neering Corporation on irrigation work for the Mexican
National Irrigation Commission, has accepted a position as
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national Boundary Commission, U. S.
section, at El Paso, Texas.
  BETTS, CLIFFORD A., '13, formerly
engineer on the Owyhee dam, is now
in Washington on the technical staff
of the Mississippi Valley Committee.
His address is 4042 Interior Bldg.
  ROGERS, LESTER C., '15, vice-
president of Bates & Rogers Construc-
tion Co., and family have moved from
Cleveland to 320 N. Sheridan Road,
Highland Park, Ill.
  JOHNSON, ROBERT C., '17, former
director of the CWA in Wisconsin, has
been appointed director of the investi-
gation into the relief and tax situation
in the counties of the state.
  HUBER, WILLIAM G., '20, is a civil
engineer with the Pennsylvania Water
and Power Co., Lexington Bldg., Balti-
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UIR, e'0'           upon the power development at Safe
residency of the Gen- Harbor, between York and Lancaster
wvas announced in the on the Susquehanna River.
'Wisconsin Engineer.  TRUE, HENRY A., '09, C. E.'12, is
the land and lease representative of the producing depart-
ment of the Texas Co. at Shelby, Montana.
  SMITH, JUDSON P., '26, as chemical engineer for the
Marathon Paper Mills Co., is working on paper mill by-
product development, plant design, and research.
  MINEAR, VIRGIL L., '23, is with the U. S. Bureau of
Reclamation at Boulder City, Nev.
  HUBER, WILLIAM G., '20, is civil engineer with the
Pennsylvania Water and Power Co., Lexington Building,
Baltimore, Md. He has been engaged recently upon the
Power development at Safe Harbor, between York and
Lancaster on the Susquehanna River.
  SCHNEIDER, G. R., '22, is assistant engineer in the U. S.
Engineer Office at Zanesville, Ohio. He writes that he is
now engaged on hydraulic design work in connection with
flood protection for the Muskengum River watershed.
  MARGOLES, HARRY, '21, has been with the U. S. Engi-
neering staff since 1931, and at present is construction
engineer on the gigantic Fort Peck Dam project in Montana.
  KALINSKE, ANTON A., '33, an assistant in the hydraulics
laboratory, was married in September to Mildred Weber of
Madison.
  BARTSCH, LESTER W., ex'31, is working with the U. S.
Bureau of Reclamation in the Denver office.
  HAGESTAD, '32, has a position, with the Starbuck Engi-
neering firm in the Starbuck, Minnesota office.
  PALMER, VERNON J., '33, is with the control staff on
the Federal soil erosion staff at Coon Valley in western
Wisconsin.
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