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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 66, Number 2 (Nov. 1964)

[Cover] Wisconsin alumnus,   pp. [1]-[2]


Page [2]


New England Life agent Gordon E. Weston, University of Minnesota '49, discusses
a personal life insurance proposal with St. Paul masonry contractor, Robert
Larson.
Gordon Weston knows the secret word
After ten years of selling veterinary medicines, Gordon
Weston had reached an impasse. His sales record was
excellent, but there was no chance for advancement.
Clearly, it was time to look for another career or
settle for what he had.
   Gordon decided on life insurance after considering
several other fields. "I was convinced," he says, "that
this business offered by far the greatest reward if I was
willing to work hard to gain it." With a family tradi-
tion of New England Life service behind him (his
father, Ray Weston, was a New England Life agent for
over 30 years), he joined this company in 1962.
   In October, Gordon celebrates his second anniver-
sary with New England Life. How's he doing? His pro-
duction for this period is well over the million dollar
mark. He has already earned membership in the New
England Life Leaders Association. And he can look
forward to greater rewards for greater achievements-
with no ceiling on advancement.
   What does he attribute this record to? As he puts it,
"There is only one secret word--work; there is only
one result-success."
   If this type of career with New England Life in-
terests you, there's an easy first step to take. Send for
our free Personality-Aptitude Analyzer. It's a simple
exercise you can take on your own in about ten min-
utes. Then return it to us and we'll mail you the
results. (This is a bona fide analysis and many men
find they cannot qualify.) It could be well worth ten
minutes of your time.
   Write to New England Life, Dept. AL, 501 Boylston
Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02117.
NEW ENGLAND LIFE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY: ALL FORMS OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP
LIFE INSURANCE, ANNUITIES AND PENSIONS, GROUP HEALTH COVERAGES.
AMONG MID-WEST COLLEGE ALUMNI ARE THESE NEW ENGLAND LIFE REPRESENTATIVES:
WISCONSIN-Godfrey L. Morton, '29, Milwaukee; Joseph E.
Cassidy, '34, Madison; Martin B. Lehman, CLU, '35, Kansas City; Edward F.
Westphal, '38, Milwaukee; John C. Zimdars, CLU, Agency Manager, '39,
Madison; Kenneth V. Anderson, '40, Savannah; Burt A. Smith, '40, Madison;
Edward M. LeVine, '46, Milwaukee; Milton H. LeBlang, '48, New York;
Grover G. Boutin, Jr., '50, Minot, N. D.; David Radbil, '50, Milwaukee; Richard
J. Reilly, CLU, '51, Cleveland; Wallace J. Hilliard, '59, Oshkosh;
Donald C. Hagen, '63, New York. PURDUE-Wendell Barrett, CLU, '19, Indianapolis;
W. Donald Johnson, '22, Phoenix; Hugh W. Rankin, Jr., '39,
Dayton; Thomas J. Magee, CLU, '47, Portland, Ore.; Robert K. Garrett, CLU,
'49. Lafayette; James A. Lynn, '55, Chicago. MICHIGAN-Myron D.
Noble, '16, Lincoln, Neb.; John B. Parker, CLU, '17, Chicago; Howard B. Knaggs,
'21, Detroit; William W. Clore, CLU, General Agent, '24, Phoenix;
James H. Prentiss, Jr., CLU, '25, Chicago; E. Clare Weber, CLU, General Agent,
'30, Cleveland; Don B. Conley, '32, Seattle; Paul G. Furer, '37,
New York; Henry F. Silver, CLU, '37, New York; Keith A. Yoder, '40, Indianapolis;
Robert N. Samuels, CLU, General Agent, '42, Denver; William D.
Samuels, CLU, '46, Denver; Joseph H. Lackey, CLU, '50, Detroit; Robert A.
Grierson, CLU, '51, Detroit; Richard G. Martin, CLU, '52, Los Angeles;
David T. White, '52, Detroit; David L. Larson, '58, Toledo. INDIANA-Harry
T. Eidson, CLU, '37, Dal!as; Richard E. McCreary, '38, Houston; Robert A.
Walz, '40, Indianapolis; Robert M. French, CLU, '42, Indianapolis; Ralph
H. Henry, '48, Indianapolis; Arnold J. Bowman, '51, St. Louis; Robert E.
Kerr, '51, Indianapolis; Alfred D. Sachs, '52, Fort Wayne; Wallace H. Dunbar,
'54, Louisvidle; Charles W. Schwartz, '61, Ft. Wayne. CHICAGO-
George Marselos, '34, Chicago; A. Raymond Anderson, '46, Wichita; John R.
Downs, CLU, '46, Chicago.


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