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Thoma, Harry C. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 38, Number IX (June 1937)

In the alumni world,   pp. 352-359

Page 355

     June, Nineteen      thirty-seven                                   
     an honor guest at the recent 44th anni-    in the publication called
"Thirty Years,"  I11.-Mrs. John PUGH is living at 71 5
     versary celebration of the founding of     commemorating the 30th anniversary
of      W. Canedy st., Springfield, I11.-Dr. A.
     Alpha Xi Delta sorority.-Mr. and Mrs.      the University of Hawaii.
She is in charge  Arlie SINAIKo has opened offices in the
     Harold TUFTY    (Esther Van Wagoner        of the Department of Visual
Instruction    Gay building at Madison as an eye, ear,
     '21) are living at 1432 Dempster st.,      for the university and of
1481 moving      nose and throat specialist following exten-
     Evanston, Ill. Harold is an engineer and   picture films used in the
islands.  After  sive practice and study abroad and in this
     Esther is a Washington correspondent.      graduation she taught several
years, did   country.-Wayne MORSE is dean of the
                                                graduate work at Chicago
and Heidel-       law school at the University of Oregon.
               Class of 1919                    berg, Germany, where she
took her Ph.D.,   -George ARBUTHNOT is the owner and
                                                and traveled extensively
before going to   operator of the Arbuthnot dairy at Janes-
       Mayor Willard SONNENBURG      was a     Hawaii.                  
                 ville, is married and has three children.-
     successful candidate for re-election in She-                       
                  Charles KNIGHT is a teacher and lives at
     boygan at the April elections. He hasCls                     of12  
                  1333 Belmont st., N. W., Washington,
     already served two terms during which he             Caso        192D.
C., is married and has three children.
     has been highly successful in securing       Prof. Mark INGRAHAM, M.A.,
as pres-     -Mildred BLACKLIDGE is national secre-
     government grants for local improvement    ident of Wisconsin Alpha
chapter of Phi    tary of Alpha Chi Omega and vice pres-
     projects.  He took his medical degree at   Beta Kappa, conducted initiation
services  ident of the Wisconsin Alumni association
     Harvard and has practiced medicine for     for new members May 4.-Robert
LANE         of Indianapolis where she lives at 6121
     many years.                                is secretary and treasurer
of the Bennison Central ave.-Warren    HUBBARD    is a
                                                and Lane Baking company at
Rockford,       member of the faculty of Peddie school at
                       Class of 1920           ~where he is a member of the
American Le-   Highstown, N. J., where be is head of
                       Class of 1920           ~~~gion and the Kiwanis club.
He is mar-    the Spanish department and advisor of the
       Harriet GOODWIN   Deuss spoke over      ried and has three children.-John
DOL-     Peddie News.   Letters addressed to him
     Madison's station WIBA on "Front Page      LARD is the author of
a second sociological  at Aurora, Ill., will reach him through
     News Stories from Moscow and Berlin,"      study, "Caste and
Class in a Southern      the summer.
     relating her experiences as a foreign cor-  Town," to be published
this spring by
     respondent for many years.-Dr. Harold      Yale University Press.  Two
years ago
     M. COON, formerly medical director of      the press published his "Criteria
for a Life         C lass of 1924
     River Pines sanatorium, has been appoint   History."  He is an
associate professor of   Walter J. KOHLER (Hon. M.A.) spoke
     ed superintendent of the Wisconsin State   sociology at Yale and a research
associate  at a recent meeting of the new Madison
     sanatorium  at Statesan near Wales.  He    of the Institute of Human
Relations. He    and Wisconsin foundation on "To Pro-
     is president of the Portage County Med-    lives at 1 20 Dwight st.,
New   Haven,     mote the General Welfare. "-Frederica
     ical association.-Dr. John R. KOCH of      Conn.-Clarence HILL, is vice
president     CRANE Blakeslee is living at 259 Ar-
     the Marquette U faculty was the subject    of Wisconsin   Bankers association
 and    mandale rd., Pasadena, Calif., with her
     of  a  recent Milwaukee   "Round   the    chairman of the board
of the Pt. Wash-     husband, Willis Blakeslee and their chil-
     Town" column.     He is described as a     ington State bank. 
                       dren, Mary Jane, 8 and Willis Crane, 4.
     big enzyme man with radio, woodwork-                               
                  -Clarence POST has been appointed gen-
     ing and cowboy songs as hobbies.    He               Class of 1923 
                  eral manager in the Milwaukee territory
     lives in Wauwatosa and is married.-                                
                  for the Provident Mutual Life Insurance
     Ellis A. STOKDYK begins to look like a       Kenneth  G. WILLIAMS has
become          company at Philadelphia.-Dorothy RED-
     successful business man.  He is president  Milwaukee commercial manager
for the       EKER (Mrs. F. E. O'Connor) is living at
     of the Berkeley Bank for Co-operatives     telephone company with which
he first      342   Runnymede   rd., Toronto, Ont.,
     at Oakland, Cal., and recently authored a  became affiliated when he
was at the Uni-  Can.-E. D. TETREAU is a professor of
     discussion of "A Co-op's Capital, member   versity.-Mrs. R. S.
TOFFELMIRE is liv-     rural sociology in the college of agricul-
     or funded?" in the "News for Farmer        ing in the Reed
apts., Twin Falls, Idaho.  ture at the University  of Arizona at
----------Co---peratives- --publisbed--in- Washington- -------M-rs.---Gale-DAV-1S--is-livi-ng--at--946-Lake--Tucson;-
arl--PED(RSON-has- -been--lo-aned - --
    -Einar OYAAS is with the Curtis Man-       st., Oak Park, I11.-Lester
SCHENKEN-       by the New York agricultural experimen-
    ufacturing company in Clinton, la.-Dr.     BERG is production manager
of the adver-   tation station to counsel Cuban sugar pro-
    Hermann FICKE, professor of English at     tising agency of Neisser-Meyerhoff,
Inc. at  ducers on their problems. While working
    the University of Dubuque, represented     400 N. Michigan ave., Chicago.
    His    at Geneva, he recognized a relationship
    the Rotary clubs of Dubuque, Gutten-       home is at Sharon dr., Sharon
Park, Zion,  between the useful fermentation in the
    berg, and Manchester, la., at the conven-                           
                 making of sauerkraut and the fermentation
    tion of Rotary   International at Nice,                             
                 of sugar cane and beet juices that troubles
    France. Dr. and Mrs. Ficke are taking                               
                 sugar factories.
    an extended post-convention tour of Eu-
    rope.-Ernest V. RYALL, Kenosha countyCls                            
    agricultural agent, is a busy man withCls                           
    4-H club work and promotion of better                               
                       Class Reunion-June 18-19
    farming methods. He is a director of the                            
                   Herbert KROPP is president and general
    Kenosha Alumni association also.                                    
                 mngr of the Filmnite Oil Company in
                  Milwaukee.-Dr. Kenneth C. BULLEY,
              Class of 1921                                             
                 who took his medical degree at Harvard,
                  and is now head of Springbrook sanitari -
       Phil FALK, slated to be superintendent                           
                 umi, recently addressed the Aurora, Ill. Ro-
    of Waukesha schools this September, will                            
                 tarians on the fight against tuberculosis.
    take the place of R. W. Bardwell, super-                            
                 -Rev. Walter K. MORLEY is the new
    intendent of Madison schools during the                             
                 executive secretary of the social service de-
    latter's year-long leave of absence next                            
                 partment and associate director of the
    term.  Falk has been president of the                               
                 Cathedral Shelter of the Episcopal church,
    southern Wisconsin teachers and was at                              
                 diocese of Chicago.-Theodore P. DYK-
    Lake Mills last year; Stoughton before                              
                 STRA is associate plant pathologist in the
    that.-Lincoln NEPRUD of Viroqua was                                 
                 U. S. Department of Agriculture.  He is
    the successful candidate for county judge                           
                 at the horticulture experiment station at
    at the last election.-Carl HENKEL is con-                           
                 Beltsville, Md.
    ducting the business of the Henkel Con-
    struction company with his father, at                               
                           The 1925 Reu~nion
    Mason City, la.-Robert L. BANKS is                                  
                    The Class of 1925 joins with the
    president of the Wisconsin Bankers as-                              
                 Classes of 1926, 1927 and 1928 in hold-
    sociation and vice president of the First-                          
                 ing its reunion this year. The general re-
    National bank of Superior.-Mabel VER-               John Earl Baker,
'06              union program opens Friday, June 1 8th,
    NON receives recognition for her admirable  The call of China was too
great to ignore,  and closes Monday, June 21st.
    work in education in the Hawaiian islands              (See page 345)
                  In addition to the very interesting pro-

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