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

In the alumni world,   pp. 352-359

Page 357

June, Nineteen      thirty-seven                                        
a dance at the Beta house on Friday night,  the end  of April.-Marion   PALMER
      play.-Edward SCHMIDT was elected for
a picnic on Saturday afternoon, and a     (Mrs. Charles H. Crownhart) of
Madison    his second term as city attorney for She-
breakfast on Sunset Point on Sunday       was a delegate to the Alpha Phi
conven-   hoygan.  Schmidt defeated his classmate
morning-not too early, though.            tion in Madison the first week
in May.-   Charles VOIGHT in the race for the attor-
   The Milwaukee delegation is coming      Carl Buss, M.A. '32, went to the
corona-  ney's post.-Don AMECHE can be heard
 along in fine shape and there should be a  tion but did not discontinue
work as au-  on the Chase and Sanborn hour Sunday
 good crowd from that little old German    thor of a Hearst Radio bureau
serial dur-  nights, with Werner Janssen and Edgar
 village hy the sea. The Madison contin-   ing his four months' trip. He
is also the  Bergen from now on.-Dr. Leland John
 gent will he out in full force and is     author of WTMJ's "One Girl
in a Mil-       HAWORTH, Ph.D. '3 1, has       won   a
 anxious to have as many as possihle come  lion" radio skit.-Anthony
CURRERI has     $2,500  scholarship from  the DuPont
 hack. You'll he there won't you?          received an appointment as first
lieutenant  company to conduct research at M.I.T.
                    GORDON DAWSON          in the medical reserve of the
Officer's Re-  on magnetic properties of material at low
                      Reunion Chairman     serve corps.-Joseph RIEDNER has
opened    temperatures.  He has been a physics in-
                                           his own law offices in the post
office build-  structor at the University.-Bob HEYDA
                   Class of               ~~~~~ing at Durand.  He has been
associated  is financial editor for the Evanston Daily
              Clasof1929                   in  practice in  New    Richmond
  and     News-Index in Evanston, Ill. He is also
   Eunice KELLY is now doing research      Menominee previously. He and his
wife     editor of the Sigma Phi Sigma Mono-
 work in home economics at Michigan        will live in Durand.-The latest
news on   gram.-John SCHALLER is junior agri-
 State college.-Harriet A. THOMPSON is     the Frank PRINZ situation is that
he is   cultural engineer with the rural electrifica-
 doing settlement work in Madison and liv-  no  longer  George  Wells  hut
  Fred    tion section of agricultural industries for
 ing at 41 7 Sterling court.-Allen DEVOE,  Lawrence. Prinz still seems good
enough   the Tennessee Valley authority and lives
 formerly at the Oshkosh airport, is now   to us, but Warner Brothers publicity
man  at 2013 W. Clinch ave., Knoxville, Tenn.
 located at the Fond du Lac airport and    may  know   what he's about. -
 has turned journalist, writing a series of  O'BRIEN, ex '3 0, won in the
recent Mad-           Class of 1932
 newspaper articles de-bunking flying. He  ison aldermanic race.MavnVR  
                              LTisteew        xcu
 manages the airport and has two of his                                 
             tiescearyi ofRULth Wiscohensin Cners'u
 own planes there.-Alfred KORBEL     is              Clssof19e1asocieation
                      withe ofiscs sin th  aTnneys
 now manager of the Milwaukee office ofClsof13ascitnwhofceinheT         
 the Central Life Assurance Society of Des   Ruth NAYLOR has heen teaching
French    building in Madison.-Harvey SCHNEID-
 Moines. He was formerly associated with   in Taft Junior high school in
Washing-    ER has recently signed up as coach f or
 the Massachusetts Mutual Life company.    ton, D. C. for the past three
years. She  Columbus high school.-Eugene MEYER
 -Ruth CHAMBERS has made the rounds        lvsa62      1tht.N.E-i       
   WA-       is an assistant in ag engineering at the
 of Decatur, Ill., Dubuque, Ia., and Jack-  ROUeso athe2 artb edctioN. facult
 atth  University and lives at 6 15 N. Henry
 son, Mich., since last she appeared in    University recently took a prize
in the   stMdon-ienSIHswrkg
 these columns.  Her cooking school is     water color division of the 24th
annual   for the Revere Copper and Brass Products
 now very famous and she has been called   exhibit of Wisconsin art at the
Milwaukee  company at Pewaukee, Wis.-Mr. ('28)
 one of the best cooks of the country.-    Art institute.-William  KESMODEL,
ex       and Mrs. ('32) Charles C. KAISER are
 C. L. EGGERT has been re-elected super-   '3 1, of the Experimental College,
is mar-  living at 1 9 18 S. Past st., Spokane, Wash.
 intendent of schools in Kenosha county    ried and living in Washington,
D. C.       -Lois LUCK     is now  teaching at the
 and is a recognized leader in rural educa-  where he has been in the Navy
depart-   Markesan high school, while her home is
 tion.  He is secretary of the Kenosha     ment Bureau of Aeronautics.  The
Kes-     at North Freedom.-William   CANFIELD
 Alumni association. He took his Masters   models live at 3 100 Connecticut
ave.     former manager of the Wisconsin Press
 in education at Northwestern in 1935.-    N. W., ap't 219.-Helen DAVENPORT
is        association has just been made an associ-
 Page JOHNSON was defeated in the April    secretary to the principal of
Joseph Sears  ate in the offices of the Inland Daily Press
 elections when he ran for city commis-    school in Kenilworth, I11.-Victor
WOLF-   association in Madison, but the offices
 sioner of Fond du Lac. As a result of his  SON has been uniformly praised
this sea-  will move to Chicago later this year.-
-defeat he is no -lbiger~city enginiee~r, -the --son on--Broadway --for hiis
 delightful --- -Leona-rd---KELLE-R -and-his--orchestra--have -  -_
position he had filled for two years.     phantasy "Excursion"
which is very pop-   been filling an engagement and broadcast-
                                            ular with theatre goers. It's
the story of  ing in Mason City, Ia. Since graduation
                   Class of 1930          ~a Coney Island ferry boat captain
who    he has taught at the Wheeler School of
                   Class of 1930          ~~~tries to take his load of passengers
to a  Music, been a violin soloist with the Chi-
    Dr. Kieth K. FORD and Dr. Irl L.        happy island out at sea hut is
turned back  cago Symphony Orchestra, toured as a so-
 WATERMAN, '3 1, have been in charge of    by the coast guard. Vic has been
acting  loist and conducted a 50 piece orchestra
 planning the new hospital at Amery, Wis.  and directing, hut did not direct
his own  and had his own string quartet.-Eliza
 -Carl MATTHUSEN, for the past five                                     
             PEREZ, Ph.D., '32, of the modern lan-
 years athletic director of Fort Atkinson                               
             guages department of Baker University, is
 high school, has accepted the position of              -         -     
 - '!much in demand in Kansas as a speaker on
 basketball coach in Logan high school, at                              
             "The Present Crisis in Spain."-Virginia
 La Crosse, starting in September.-Mar-                                 
             DEAN, ex '3 2, was described as a 2 2 year
 garet L. WISE is -now Mrs. C. Clark Wal-    qold beautiful night club entertainer
by the
 ton and lives at 6 1 1 Pinehurst blvd.,    -_                          
            Chicago  American, when a lusty yell
 Kalamazoo, Mich.-Theodora H. WIES-                                     
            aroused her apartment house at 5 :30 a. mn.
 NER is teaching at the University of Chi-                              
            when she was chased by an alleged moron
                      cago. She took her M.A. at New York               
            ~~~~~~as she returned home after work, via street
 U. in 1931 and now lives at 1212 E.                                    
            car.-Ruth CLARK has been acting as ac-
 59th st., Chicago.-Elinore APPELBAUM                                   
            companist for Miss Carolyn Geldersma,
 is now Mrs. Richard Feinberg and lives at                              
      -     noted violinist of Waupun, in concerts
 234 W. 13th st., New     York city.-                                   
            around the state.-Ernest SEMRAD was
 Raymond FIEBRANTZ is a wholesale poul-                                 
             recently transferred to the Wichita, Kan.,
 try dealer in Milwaukee under the firm                                 
            offices of Cities Service corporation from
 name of Fiebrantz Commission corp.-        >,Kansas City.-Joseph WERGIN
                                            has re-
 Since receiving his Ph.D. in geology from  -~signed as director of athletics
and head
 Stanford U. in 1932, Elmer ELLSWORTH,                                  
             coach at Edgerton high school. He has
                       B.A. '29, M.A. '30, has been engaged~~~          
                             not yet announced where he will be next
 in geological and geophysical exploration                              
            year.-Paul CLEMMONS of Milwaukee
 for oil and gas both in California and the                             
     -,     won the silver medal for painting and the
 fields of the mid-continent and gulf coast.                            
     -      Milwaukee Journal $100 purchase prize
 He is now district geologist in Illinois for                       -for
a painting of his wife, "Ruth With a
 W. C. McBride, inc. with headquarters in                               
            Fan," at the last annual exhibit of Wis
 the Kensler bldg., Lawrenceville, Ill.-H.      The Rev. T. Perry Jones,
'32         consin art at the Milwaukee Art Institute.
 Lougee STEDMAN, ex '30, was initiated     Hie and Mrs. Jones have sailed
for a      -Schomner LICHTNER, ex '32, won a
 into the Order of the Coif at Madison at        summer vacation in Europe
          prize in water colors at the same exhibit.

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