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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 61, Number 12 (April 1960)

Alumni news,   pp. 35-[37]

Page 35

  Adolph P. LEHNER '09 was honored re-
cently by the Oconto County Bar Association
for his fifty years of service to the commu-
nity in the legal profession. Long an advo-
cate of the healthy outdoor life, he has
written two novels, The Moose Call and
When the Trail Calls.
  G. Burt HANSON '13 is the owner of
Hanson Construction Co., home-'builders, in
  Reunion plans for the class of 1915 are
being formulated by Class Pres. Joseph W.
BOLLENBECK, assisted by other classmates
including Ben BULL, Nat BIART, Noble
Beulah DAHLE, Charles SCHIMMEL, and
several others. A dinner on Friday evening
of reunion week, a noonday luncheon at the
Memorial Union on Saturday, and a boat
ride on Lake Mendota are contemplated.
Efforts will be made to seat the group at
one or two tables at the Alumni Day Dinner.
Further details will, be mailed to all class
members in April..
  Dr. Carl F. WEHRWEIN '15, of the
Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, recently spent five weeks
in England, Belgium, the Netherlands, West
Germany, and Italy to determine the extent
to which the non-tariff import restrictions of
those countries have limited their imports of
grains from the United States.
  Evan P. HELFAER '20 has been named
chairman of the board of Lakeside Labora-
tories, Inc., of Milwaukee, a subsidiary of
the Colgate-Palmolive Co.
  'Sam E. OGLE '20, manager of public af-
fairs for the Schuster stores in Milwaukee
and chairman of the board of the Wisconsin
Alumni Association, was presented with the
distinguished service award of the Wiscon-
sin Alumni Club of Milwaukee at the Club's
annual Founders Day dinner.
  Lewis H. KESSLER '22, vice president of
the Kansas City Alumni Club and a former
UW faculty member, is heading a team of
Fairbanks-Whitney engineers who are work-
ing in cooperation with the Israeli Govern-
ment in Tel-Aviv on a process of de-salting
sea water.
  Midland-Ross Corp. recently named C. J.
SCHMIDT '23, now executive vice president
of the J. 0. Ross engineering division, a vice
president of the Corporation. He became
manager of the Detroit office of J. 0. Ross
Engineering in 1933, and was elected vice
president of the Company in 1947. In 1954
he was made vice president-sales manager,
and was transferred to the New York office
where he was made executive vice president
in 1956.
  0. A. HANKE '23 is vice president and
assistant publisher with the Watt Publishing
Co., publishers of eight specialized farm and
business magazines, in Mount Morris, Ill.
  Oscar KIESSLING '23 is the author of
"College for Five-It's Murder!" an article
which appeared in a recent issue of The
Saturday Evening Post. The article is an
amusing and enlightening discussion of the
financial problems the Kiessling family
encountered when planning an education for
five children.
  Dr. Wilber G. KATZ 23, a member of
the University of Chicago Law School since
1930 and dean from 1939 to 1950, recently
gave the convocation address on "Responsi-
bility and the Modern Corporation" at Law-
rence College.
  Mr. and Mrs. John CASSODAY '25 are
spending six months in New Delhi, India
where he is manager for the Atomic Energy
exhibit at the World Agricultural Fair.
  Don ANDERSON '25, first vice president
of WAA and publisher of the Wisconsin
State Journal, was featured on the cover of
the February issue of The Magazine of Sigma
From New York Life's yearbook of successful insurance career men!
music lover makes good to
the tune of a milion in saes!
When Sidney Miller became a New York Life repre-
sentative, he gave up his first love, music-to concen-
trate on two goals: selling a million dollars of insurance
protection, and earning his Chartered Life Underwriter
degree, a designation given for successfully completing
advanced study courses that help him give even better
service to his clients. He has accomplished both of these
Sidney Miller, like many other college alumni, is well
established in a career as a New York Life representa-
tive. In business for himself, his own talents and ambi-
tions are the only limitations on his potential income.
Additionally, he has the deep satisfaction of helping
others. If you or someone you know would like more
information on such a career with one of the world's
leading life insurance companies, write:
  New York Life
       - " I lt5ve  at  the
Lincoln General Office,
    New York City
  o  CuUcation: City College of
  o  N.y., B.B.A. '50.
  o   Military: U.S. Navy,
  o   World War 11
  0 Employment Record: Joined New
  o  York Life Nov. '51. Qualifying
  o  and Life Member, Million
o  Dollar Round Table.
     NewYork Life
     Insurance                 Company
              College Relations, Dept. Y 5
        51 Madison Avenue, New York 10, N. Y.
Wisconsin Alumnus, April, 1960

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