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Crawford, Robert S. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 17, Number 1 (Nov. 1915)

Alumni news,   pp. [37]-58


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THE WISGONSIN ALUMNrI MAGAZIN2E
College and state dairy commissioner of
the state. His residence is 220 Elizabeth
Street, Fort Collins.
  Mrs. Horace L. Blackman (Florence
Adelaide Palmer) is living at 365 HmiI-
ton Avenue, Detroit, Michigan.
  John A. Froelich is a physician. and
surgeon of Princeton, Wisconsin.
  Augustus S. McWethy is in-the insur-
ance and real estate business, Merchants
National Bank Building, Aurora, Illinois.
  Douglas J. Mangan is an attorney with
offices at 503 Caswell Block, Milwaukee.
  Payne G. West is, with the T. L. Smith
Company of -Milwaukee. His home is at
3407. Sycamore Street.
  Lauritz Miller is the state attorney for
Davison County, South Dakota, and city
attorney of Mitchell, South Dakota, where
he resides.
  Mrs. H. H. McPherson is living at 1450
Grant Street, Denver, Colorado.:
  Andrew J. Fish, Jr., is a civil and hy-
draulic engineer With offices in Ă½the Na-
tional Bank of Montana Building, Helena,
Montana.
                  1906.
 Class Secretary--MRs. JAs. A. ROBERTSON,
     35 Calla Remeclios, Manila, P. I.
   Charles C. Bishop has been elected
 superintendent of the public schools of
 Portage.
   John Earl Baker, statistician in the
 main office of the Southern Pacific Com-
 pany of San Francisco, is filling an en-
 gagement with the faculty of the Uni-
 versity of Michigan as a substitute for
 Professor Adams who is away on a mis-
 sion for the Chinese Government Rail-
 roads. Mr Baker will cover the field of
 railroad operations.
   J. W. Bradshaw is the traffic super-
 visor of the Chicago Telephone Company.
   W. A. Van Hook is with the division
 of valuation of the Interstate Commerce
 Commission, 914 Karpen Building, Chi-
 cago.
   A. J. Hedding, who has been a member
 of the Wisconsin Assembly from the
 sixth district of Milwaukee for the last
two terms, resigned from   that body at
the close of last session to accept an ap--
pointment to the bench of the civil court
of Milwaukee. He is the author if the-
present boxing law of the state.
  William T. Kelsey, '04, and Emil Cady,
'06, of Madison, are the attorneys for the
J. S. Tripp estate..
  Winifred Fehrenkamp, who received the.
degree of bachelor of library science from,
the University of Illinois in 1912, is a,
lecturer in the library school of that in---
stitution and librarian of the school of"
architecture.
  Charles D. Marsh is a note broker for-
the F.JI. Moseley Company, 137 South La.
Salle Street, Chicago.
  Arthur J. Hughes is practicing law at
1126 Washington Building, Los Angeles,
California.
  Archer F. Barnard is a civil engineer-
with offices at 701-2 Central Building, Los.
Angeles, California.
  William T.. Evjue is the general man-
ager of the Wisconsin State Journal of
Madison.
  Robert B. Dunlap is the sales manager-
of the C. A. Shaler Company, manufac-
turers of the Shaler vulcanizers, Waupun,
Wisconsin.
  Charles E. Heston is an efficiency en-
gineer for the Stromberg-Carlson Tele-
phone Company of Rochester, New York.
  Mrs. Mark Banta (Myra Bertha Hew-
itt) is living at 382 West 9th Street, Co-
lumbus, Ohio.
  Hazel D. Belt is the supervisor of mu-
  sic in the public school of Sault Ste..
  Marie, Michigan. Her home is at Dodge-
  Center, Minnesota.
  Hugo A. Kuehmsted is the city engineer
  of East San Diego and National City,
  California. His office is at National City.
  Lynn T. Hannahs is a manufacturer of-
  furniture at Kenosha, Wisconsin.
  Russell Price Fischer is practicing law
  at 1033 First National Bank Building;
  Chicago.
  F. A. Todd is associated with the White,
  and Todd Lumber Company of Aurora,
  Illinois.
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