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Egstad, H. M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 35, Number VII (April 1934)

In the alumni world,   pp. 204-208

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               The Wisconsin Alumni Magazine
Katherine CANE is studying dancing at the   HILL, Jr. is a practicing partner
in the   G. M., Warner Bros., and Paramount.-
New York Wigman school and is teaching     firm  of Hill, Miller & Hill,
Baraboo.-     Dudley STAGG has been doing-cost account-
dancing at the Hudson Guild settlement      Geraldine DivEKEY and Lilian
DixoN are    ing for the CWA in Chicago.-Leona OL-
house to a group of adults. During the     sharing an apartment in New York
City.      SON is librarian of the newly organized
winter she had other classes of children   The former is attending the New
   York     library at Gilbert, Minn.-Earl MORRILL
and adults.-Jean McDONALD is reaching      School of Applied Art and the
latter is     writes: "I am working in the offices of the
in the kindergarten and primary grades in  studying voice at Barnes school-Alice
      Nicolet National forest, which has its head-
a private school at Downers Grove, Ill.-    GRUENBERGER   writes: "I
am    teaching    quarters. here in Rhinelander and I am en-
Alois W. UEK writes: "I'm employed as      mathematics in Kaukauna,
Wis., and am       joying it immensely. Never so well ad-
bookkeeper in the offices of the Riverview  thoroughly enjoying the experience.
The   justed in all my life. Best wishes to those
Brewing co. of Manitowoc. I- look forward  most amnusing thing is being taken
for a    who aren't so fortunate."-E. Morton BRAD-
with a great deal of interest to each issue  high school student instead
of a teacher."  LEY is an assistant in zoology at the Uni-
of the Magazine. Keep up the good work."   -Vilma    SPAULDING   is
teaching  home     versity of Rochester, where he is doing
-Eleanore C. BENNER says: "I'm still be-   economics in Elkhorn.-"Moose"
Kruger,       graduate work.-Alice PIERCY writes: "I
ing a chemical-librarian for The Mathieson  former football star, has been
playing bas-  am working with the Manhattan Council of
Alkali works in Niagara Falls, and I am     ketball with the Reedsburg Blue
Jackets.-  Girl Scours as executive director of the
always surprised' that I can  remember      Mae-Ellouise WILKENS is teaching
English,  Upper West Side of New York City. This
enough of Miss Ernst's technical German     speech, and history in the high
school at  summer I am directing the N. Y. C. Girl
to use it every day."-Helen R. BRAY is      Belmont.--Caroline LEITZELL
is working     Scout camp which is located in Bear Moun-
teaching social science in the Milton Union  under the FERA, teaching adult
classes in  tamn park in N. Y. I look forward each
High   school. -Eloise  M.   BLAKESLEY      music at Benton.-Ruth K. DUNHAM
     is    month to the Alumni Magazine and enjoy
writes: "I walked into the Crippled Chil-   working  at the  Milwaukee
  Vocational    so much reading about my friends. I shall
dren's Guild hospital in Los Angeles re-    school as a co-ordinator and
teacher of    miss the spring on the Wisconsin campus.
cently and was surprised to find a class-  American history. She is finding
the work   My address is 670 Lexington ave., New
mare there working in the therapeutic de-   exceptionally interesting. -Ad
aline LEE   York City."-George WHEARY, Jr., is em-
partment. This is such a splendid equipped  writes: "Following in the
steps of many    ployed by the Wheary Trunk co. of Racine,
place and the work is of such a high stand-  would-be journalists, I have
turned sociol-  manufacturing trunks and luggage. He is
ard, I'm sure she must be happy. As she    ogist and am working as investigator
for   in charge of purchasing And is assistant to
'was on duty I didn't have an opportunity to  the Chippewa County Department
of Re-    his father in managing the factory.--Charles
learn the answer to the questions I should  lief. I began last October."-Gordon
       S. MOHAUPT is a chemist with the B. F.
have liked to ask."-Wilma. TAMBLINGSON      STROMBERG is working in
the engineering    Goodrich co. at Akron. He is living at the
writes: "At the beginning of the year I     department of the Lake Superior
District   Y. M. C. A.-Daniel P. HOFFMAN writes:
attended Whitewater State Teachers col-    Power co. at Ashland. He writes:
"The       "Here is one of the eight or ten Wisconsin
lege and did some teaching for experience,  work has dealt chiefly with testing
meters,  Bachelors who entered Marquette Univer-
At the end of November I was called to      making reports and surveying
for a new     sity Law school this last fall. I am also
Madison on a CWA project, and I have       transmission  line."-From
 Ed KINSLEY:      working as librarian at Quarles, Spence &
been working with Dr. Hellebrandt and       "Since graduation in June
I have been      Quarles in the afternoon.'"-Jean LITTLE-
Miss Brogdon. Jo HARDY, 33 is the other     working for the National Cash
Register co.  JOHN is editing a house organ for an in-
CWA worker. I enjoy the work a lot."-       of Dayton, Ohio, in several
departments    surance company in Springfield, IlI.-Joseph
From  Melvin KIRBY: "Since last July I      but mainly the advertising
department. Un-  STASKO, former head cheerleader, is work-
have been employed by the Lake Superior     til two months ago I was located
in Dayton  ing temporarily with W. W. Durham & co.,
District Power co. as heating and lighting  but the company has transferred
me to the  an insurance brokerage house. He is at-
engineer. My headquarters are here in Ash-  Boston office where I am now.
I find the  tending night school and finding it. very
land but I cover all of our properties which  work very interesting and like
this section  different.-Edgar H. KRAMER is working
take in the northern part of Wisconsin and  of the countrr very much. Conditions
here  as a tax appraiser for the CWA.-Madge A.
into  Michigan."-Alice  SURENSON   Will     are considera ly improved
and indications  HUMPHREY is teaching in the Wisconsin
graduate from the Moser Business college,   point to certain recovery.'"-Maurine
MATH-  School for the Deaf. She says that she en-
Chicago, in June.--George ZIELKE is on     ISON has a steadily growing class
of private  joys the work and finds it very interesting
the staff of the La Crosse Tribune.-T. G.   piano pupils on Chicago's south
side in the  and fascinating.-Paul, 0. ECKHARDT, Jr.,
SCHIRMEYER   and Charles Paul KIMPEL       university district. She is also
studying  is affiliated with his uncle, G. F. Landman,
have opened up a law office in Houston,     piano and piano pedagogy under
Mrs. Gert-  a yarn broker, located at 93 Worth st., New
Texas. Schirmeyer graduated from    An-     rude H. Murdough of the Columbia
School    York City.-Peggy RoCKMAN writes: "I
napolis in 1927 and Kimpel did his pre-     of Music faculty.-Jean HUNTER
is work-     have been working in the Register of Deeds
legal work at Carroll college.-Dorothy      ing for the CWA   cataloging
two school    office in the Barron County Court house
FULLER is teaching in Edgerton.-Hiram      libraries in Jackson county, Minn.-Mar-
   since November. My brother, Julian, '32,
GRANT is an instructor in drawing and      jorie MCDOWELL is teaching home
eco-        is manager of the Barron Aces, the city
descriptive geometry at the U. W. Exten-    nomics in the Almond High school.-Frank
   basketball team. Sylvia DERMANSLY Beck-
si-on division, Milwaukee. He is living at  CURRIER writes: "I have
a job but zounds!  er, '32, is teaching classes in adult educa-
748 N. 11th st.-Zigmund LEBENSOHN is        Look where I am. On Wisconsin!
I have     tion here. Lee YOUNGMAN, ex '31, is in the
interning at Cook County hospital. He      been here in Massachusetts three
months but  office of the district attorney here."-Gil-
graduated  from   Northwestern  Medical     as yet have convinced only a
couple of     bert BAYLEY is employed in the engineer-
school last year and spent the last summer  people that I am not an Indian
and that    ing department of the Kimberly-Clark Paper
traveling in Europe-Paul FRANK and his      people in Wisconsin do not carry
lassoes   co. at Neenah.-Frank Fox is managing his
wife, Marjorie Crowley Frank, formerly of   and six-shooters. I'm taking
a turn at being  father's dairy farm near Waukesha. He is
Madison, left Chicago in March for New      a Y. M. C. A. boy here in Springfield
and  a director of the local Guernsey Breeders
Mexico, where they will start a dude ranch,  am working for Armour &
co.'"-Ted WADS-   association.-Katherine BURNETT has comn-
-Helen GREGORY, M. A. has been an in-       WORTH also is heard from: ",They
keep us   pletmd her work at Duluth State Teachers
sructor in dancing at the University of     plenty busy here at the Business
School but  college for her B. E. degree. She is now
Oklahoma since September, 1932. She has    it hasn't kept me from having
some fine old  doing social work for the State and County
become sponsor of Orchesis and has directed  reunions with a few of the rest
of the clan  Agency for the Blind.-Ben SCHMID is
"The juggler of Notre Dame" at Oklahoma    her at 'Hahvahd.' Bob
BASSETT, Ed KINS-     working as a test engineer with the Gen-
during both Christmas periods. Under her    LEY and myself were on a party
together    eral Electric co. His address is 13 State st.,
direction Orchesis has adopted a plan of    recently. Ed's out here working
now and    Schenectady, N. Y.-Jane PIERCE Writes:
presenting a dance recital each spring. On  Bob is in the Law School.'"-Helen
HOCK-    "I simply treasure every issue of the Alum-
March 1 Miss Gregory and Joseph Wynne      ETT is now advertising manager
of The Earl  ni magazine. It is so good to know what
presented a piano and dance recital which   Groth and Co. department store
in Fort     everyone is doing. jobs are very scarce in
proved so popular that it was repeated on   Wayne, Ind.-Milt-on J. DRUSE
is with the   Milwaukee, even for those who have had
March 20.                                     North American Broadcasting
system, in the    experience. But at any rate I have been
                                              national sales department.
He writes that  doing social welfare work with the Travel-
         Class     of 1933                   Jack BjORKHOLM, ex '35, is at
the Roy         ers Aid society and have found the work
                                              School of Advertising in Chicago.-Clayton
 both interesting and educational. Case work
  Elizabeth COOL is attending Moser Busi-  GEHMAN is on the advisory board
for NRA     has proved to be extremely interesting, and
ness college in Chicago and is living at    in Washington.-Fred PEDERSON
has been     I'm getting loads of experience so I am
The Allerton house.-Kathryn    BORN  is    in Hollywood since last September
and is    quite satisfied. Of course I still miss school,
teaching in Seminole, Okla.-James H.        now preparing to write scenarios
for M.            (Please turn to page 210)

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