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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 56, Number 12 (April 15, 1955)

Chatterton, Grace
Wisconsin women,   pp. 33-[35]


Page [35]


1925 .....      .........            W
  A member of the American Association of
petroleum Geologists, Walter LINK, has
been named head of the Department of
Exploration, Brazilian Petroleum Corpora-
tion.
  Barnard College has announced the promo-
tion of Marion STRENG to assistant profes-
sor of physical education.
  John Ringling NORTH and his brother
Henry Ringling have bought 300 acres of
their grandfather's old home estate in Ire-
land's Galway county.
  The head of the department of extension
information at Kansas State College, Lisle L.
LONGSDORF, has been granted a year's
leave of absence to accept an assignment as
consultant to the Office of Information,
United States Department of Agriculture.
  CLEM FELDBRUEGGE has joined the
Gerrard Realty Corp. as secretary of the La
Crosse firm.
  Lt. Col. and Mrs. John B. CASSODAY
  spent their third Christmas in Japan and
  have written friends that they're beginning
  to be "just a wee bit homesick." They expect
  to return to the United States next September.
  1926.........        .... .         W
  Harold W. WERNER, director of Scien-
  tific Laboratories for the Win. S. Merrell Co.,
  Cincinnati, was elected vice president in
  charge of Merrell research.
  Mrs. Earl F. Ogg, the      former Eva
  SWANTNER and widow of Earl F. OGG,
  '27, has sent a bequest of $1,000 for Pres
  House from the will of her late husband.
  Daniel D. MICH, vice president and edi-
  torial director of Look magazine, has been
  elected to the board of directors of the
  publication.
  The Modine Manufacturing Co. of Racine
  has announced the appointment of Arthur B.
  ARNOLD as manager of operations of the
  four Modine plants.
  General manager of the Gibbs Manufac-
  turing and Research Corp., Janesville, Russell
  GAGE, has been elected executive vice presi-
  dent of the corporation. Before joining
  Gibbs, he was general manager of the Air-
  craft Division of McCulloch Motors Corp.,
  Los Angeles.
  A record of 13 consecutive elections to the
  Wisconsin Assembly by the voters of Portage
  county makes John KOSTUCK the dean of
  the state Legislature.
  William A. MANN was elected president
  of the Milwaukee Association of Commerce.
  Mr. Mann is manager of apparatus sales for
  the General Electric Co. in Wisconsin and
  upper Michigan.
    George A. FAHRNER is now in the res-
  taurant business in Pittsville.
  1927.       .     .........          W
    Prof. and Mrs. Harold E. KUBLY and
  their children are happy to be back in their
  Madison home after six months in Europe.
    One of the career jobs in the federal serv-
  ice has been given to Harold D. McCOY.
  He has been named secretary of the inter-
  state commerce commission.
    John McCAIN   has opened a new phar-
  macy in Oshkosh. Formal opening of the
  store was held in January.
    Dr £" .    A brTflC il     .
  rro essor F:. z. ri EBE~L has been nalme
as chairman of anthropology at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota. The Harvard Press has
just released Professor Hoebel's new book,
"Law of Primitive Man."
  Advertising manager at the Marathon Cor-
poration, Menasha, for the past 13 years is
Owen E. LYONS.
  John R. FANSELOW is a staff superin-
tendent of the research department of the
Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Appleton.
  Edgar C. KUEHL has retired and is now
living in Wilmington, Delaware.
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