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

In the alumni world,   pp. 352-359

Page 359

June, Nineteen     thirty-seven                                         
   ARTHUR G. CRIDDLE, '99, died at      died at Long Beach, Cal., Feb. 24,
1934,     JOHN   CLIFF LAWTON, SS, died in
 Oregon after suffering a stroke. He was    as a result of an automobile
accident. He  Viroqua, April 8. He had been Superin-
 6 1 years old.                          was 3 9 years old.             
        tendent of Schools for Vernon county
   Mr. Griddle was born in Rutland town-                                
        since 1 9 33.His wife, the former Cora
 ship. He married Margaret Luchsinger in      WILLIAM   J. HAAKE, Sp. '1
8, died      Wheeler, and five children survive him.
 1 901, and established his drugstore in   suddenly of a heart attack in
Madison. He
 Oregon the same year. He is survived by    organized W. J. Haake, Inc. in
1932 in       DR. EUGENE F. MCCAMPBELL, on
 his widow; a son, Lieut. Clement Grid-     association with Fred Blum  and
A. B.     the University faculty as assistant in bac-
 dle, New  York; a daughter, Mrs. Ed-       Gook.   He is survived by his
wife; a     teriology in 1905-06, died in Golumbus,
 ward Owen; and two sisters, Mrs. John      daughter,  Barbara;  his  father,
 Peter  0. after several months' illness.  He was
 Onsrude, and Mrs. Axel Johnson.         Haake; and sister, Alma A. Haake,
all of  57 years old, a practising physician and
                                         Madison;  and  a  brother, Alfred
 P.     president of the Golumbus Academy of
   ROLAND W. ZINNS, '03, died at his    HAAKE, '14, of Ghicago.         
 home in Milwaukee, May 2. He was 5 7
 years old and had been confined to his       WILLIAM R. STEELE, '20, died
at his        GERHARD SCHMELZER, employed by
 home only two days.                     home in Lodi, April 3. He was born
in   the University for 25 years, died at the
   Mr. Zinns had been principal of Peck-   Lodi, October 3 1, 1896, and was
in the    home of his daughter in Madison, April
 ham junior high school since 1926, and    lumber and building industry there
all his  14, following a long illness. He fired
 a member of the Milwaukee school system    life. He was a 32nd degree Mason
and      stoves and the early day furnaces used to
 for 33 years. He was a member of Phi       a Shriner.  His wife and two
children     heat Bascom hall when he first was em-
 Beta Kappa, the Gity club, and the Da-  survive him.                   
        ployed by the University in 1886. Later
 mascus lodge, No. 270, F. and A. M.                                    
        he was labor foreman of the grounds from
   He is survived by his wife; a sister,      GARROLD   W. HEAL, '2 1, died
    at    1890-1911.
 Miss Ilma Zinns, and a brother, Albert J.  Marshfield, in April after a
long illness.   Four sons and three daughters survive
 Zinns, all of Milwaukee.                He had been agricultural agent of
Wood  him.
                                         county since 1928, resigning in
    OWEN GEORGE MORRIS, ex '03, died      1936 because of failing health.
He servedanth
 in a Waukesha hospital, July 6, 1 93 5,    in the U. S. army before completing
his     up    an       o   nteHill
 following an operation. He was 55 years   college training.
 old. Mr. Morris had been a resident of                                 
              (Continued from page 334)
 Dousman for a number of years.            ESTHER EMMA GOELZER, '25, died
in     addn         oieadtetruh
                                         Milwaukee, August 23, 1935.  She
was    addn        oieadtetruh
   DR. ARTHUR C. KISSLING, '06, Mil-     3 3 years old.                 
        ers tried to spot the egg tossers,
 waukee, was bereaved by the death of his                               
        but were successful in only a few
 wife in April. Before her marriage Mrs.      MAYNARD W. BROWN, '23, died
April       instances, particularly    when   one
 Kissling had been superintendent of nurses  9 in his home in Milwaukee of
a heart    lad was escorted from     the theater
 at Columbia hospital. Dr. Kissling, a   attack. He was 4 1 years old.intecasc
 son and daughter survive her.             Mr. Brown was born at St. Charles,
   i   h    lsi     tye     ihplc
                                         Minn. and worked there as a reporter
on   firmly gripping his coat collar and
    CARL BECK, ex '10, and his wife were    the St. Charles Union. He came
to Mil-     seat of his trousers.
 bereaved of their 1 7-year-old-son, Gil-   waukee in 1 91 2 and worked in
the rail-
 bert, at their home in Suffern, N. Y.,     way mail service for two years.
He was
 May 3. Mr. Beck was co-author of "On       a member of the national
guard and was
 Wisconsin."  His son, who had been an      wounded in Mexico during
    the Villa
 -invalid for three years, had planned to   foray.
--enter Wiscobin- ithis-faMI; -if -his-healtbh  -Hi~-was-assista~7st-p-r-ofe-s-s-or
of-Journal-i   - I-N -recognition of- -25- years- -of -
permitted.                              ism at North Dakota State college
at Far-service as director of physical edu-
                                         go for two years, then went to Kansas
     cation  for women, Miss Blanche
    MRS. HELEN BREEN MILHAM, '1 2,       State college and Oregon State college.
He  M. Trilling was honored during
 died of a heart attack at her Los Angeles,  joined the Marquette faculty
in 1929 and th   anulPrtsWek                dac
 Cal., home, April 3. She was the widow  has taught journalismthere since
that   th  anulPrts           Wek    dac
 of Lee Siebecker, former Madison attor- time.                          
        tivities by the physical education
 ney. Her mother, Mrs. Charles Stewart,       He was a member and past president
     department staff and student body.
 Cedar Rapids, Ia., survives,            of the American Association of College
    Miss Trilling started her career
                                         News Bureaus, and a member of the
Na-   i    99a       h    ddrco         o
    HERBERT   STUART   POMEROY, '14,     tional Association of Teachers of
Jour-  i    99a       h    ddrco        o
 died in Milwaukee of a heart attack,       nalism. He was first lieutenant
in the mil-  women at the University of Mis-
 March 24.                               itary intelligence division of the
army re-souri, then served in the same ca-
    He was born Sept. 4, 1889, in Ocono-    serve officers, and a member
of the Mil-   pacity at Chicago Teachers' college
 mowoc. He was employed during and       waukee University club.        
        utl11,we               h    aet
 after the World War by the federal gov-      Survivors are his wife; his
parents, Mr.  unils1c   1,ohesseiam.t
 ermient in the Engineers' Depot of the     and Mrs. S. W. Brown of Great
Falls,       Wsosn
 War Department at Norfolk, Va. Since       Mont.; two brothers, Rexford,
of Los         During the war, Miss Trilling
 1922 he had lived in Milwaukee, and at    Angeles, Cal., and Morton, of
Great        was district representative of the
 the time of his death was on the sales    Falls;, and two sisters, Mrs.
J. Gordon
 force of the Central Cadillac Co.       McGavin of Great Falls, and Mrs.
Percy  War   Camp    Community     service,
    He is survived by his mother, Mrs.   Simmons, of White, S. D.       
        and in 1923 she aided Mrs. Her-
 Mary Pomeroy, Shorewood; two sisters,                                  
        bert Hoover in arranging the con-
 Mabel Pomeroy of Oak Park, Ill., and      MRS.   R. 0.   HAAKER,    (Virginia
  ference on  athletics and  physical
 Mrs. Lawrence Cochrane of Shorewood.    BENTS) '34, died at Neenah, March
24.      recreation for women.
                                         She was 28 years old. Her husband
    ALBERTINE METZNER, '16, died at      her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L.
Bents,     _________________
 Plymouth on April 2 after a six weeks   and two sisters. Mrs. F. M. Miner,
and      CRANBROOK        SCHOOL
 illness.  She was 60 years old and had    Mrs. Joseph Paska, survive her.
           Distinctive endowed preparatory school for
 taught in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Penn-                               
        boys. Also junior department. Exceptionally
 sylvania for 30 years. She was a member      WALTER L. REIF, ex '3 8, died
in an     beautiful, complete, modern.  Unusual op-
 of the American Association of University  automobile accident in Madison,
May 6.    enorgd in      l arspcrats, Sciencles  Hobbiei
 Women. No immediate relatives survive     He was 25 years old. He is survived
by     Strong faculty, Individual attention. Grad-
 her.                                    his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
J. Reif,uates in over 40 colleges. Near Detroit.
                                         and three sisters, June, Patricia,
and Sally,  300Ln  ieRoaGIomfedTilsAiR
    FRANK WILLIAM   HOGARTH, ex '16,     and a brother, Robert.         
         33  oePn     od    lofedHls      ih

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