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Crawford, Robert S. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 27, Number 4 (Feb. 1926)

Class news,   pp. 106-114


Page 109


CLASS NEWS                                                 109,
Secretary-Clara
  man, 4ooi Hig
  waukee.
ALLEN, E. W.
Chickering, Doro
  CURTIS
FOLEY, May
Harvey, Julia SMi
MACARTNEY, C. I7
WHITE, C. J.
BOEHM, P. W.
BURKE, L. C.
CARTHEW, H. E.
Corbus, Florence
  KETCHAM
DAVIDSON, Flora
DOWNES, R. H.
MAURER, R. A.
MICHELSON, A. G
NELSON, N. B.
PLUMB, R. G.
SALISBURY, Winif
Van Cleve, Leono
  MEINHARDT
BARBER, W. H.
BUEHLER, H. A.
HATTON, F. A.
J annsen, Caroline
NASH, J. B.
SENN, G. A.
STILI
hland
LMAN Hart-
Blvd., Mil-
Treasurer-T. Mortimer PRIESTLY,
  Madison.
       Woollen, H. M.
thea   MURPHY, M. N.
        ROLLMAN, A. C.
        BURDICK, W. C.
TH      SALSICH., LeRoy
       SEVERSON, H. A.
       CLEARY, M. J.
       MEYERS, Alvin
       PRICE, C. G.
       HURD, N. L.
       TAYLOR, F. D.
       OLMAN, Chas._
N.     Ross, E. A.
       WILLIAMS, L. D.
       BALL, S. H.
       CUTLER, H. E.
       FRITSCHEI, G. A.
       HOLT, R. B.
red    NEWMAN, M. H.
re     WEHMHOFF, E. J.
       BARTLETT, Eliza
       BUCHHOLZ, W. D.
       CARR, W. J.
       COLLINS, W. B.
EVANS CUMMINGS, Margaret
        Demitz, Mary BRAHANY
        JAMIESON, W. H.
Mason, Daisy DYE
McGOWAN, F. C.
MORGAN, J. C.
PARDEE, Neely
SAWYER, Harriett
SMITH, A. V.
WYSEMAN, A. J.
BEEBE, C. S.
HOOK, F. L.
MUMFORD, Dr. EI. B.
ROHDE, H. W.
SMITH, A. F.
FOWLER, M. M.
PALMER, Ray
SANBORN, R. A.
HAWN, R. J.
HURD, J. T.
WASHBURN, F. E.
CRABTREE, J. B.
NELSON, R. N.
BARKHAUSEN, L. H.
KING, A. C.
KOLB, P. A.'
KNOFF, R. E.
ROUNDS, C. R.
WINDES, T. G. Jr.
REGAN, Katherine
                19o6
   Sec'y-L. W. BRIDGMAN, Madison
           19io Kendall Ave.
           Reune in June!
  Clarence KING is secretary of the
Bridgeport, Conn., Council of Social
Agencies and Financial Federation.
Upon finishing at Wisconsin, Mr.
King entered Columbia law school,
graduating in 19o8, and the next
year found him a member of the
New,.York Bar, affiliated with the
firm of Cushing & Cushing in New
                1902
   Sec'y-JANE SHERRILL, Madison
          -City Y. W. C. A.
  J. Barton PATRICK is mayor of Ironwood,
Mich., having been elected last spring.-J.
Chester GREY, district manager of the Con-
sumers Power Co., Lansing, Mich., for the
ager of the Atlantic City Gas Co. on October
I. His new address is 2oo0 Atlantic Ave.,
Atlantic City, N. J.-New Year's wishes in
the form of congratulations and flowers
awaited August BRAUN, new circuit court
judge, when he entered his courtroom in Mil-
waukee on January i,-The Reverend W. A.
LEE has recently taken the pastorate of the
First Congregational church of Cedar Rap-
ids, having resigned at the First Congrega-
tional church of Winona, Minn., where he
was stationed since 1922.--Henry JANES is
resident and general manager of the Ocean
Lather Co., 25-37 New York Ave., Newark,
N. J. His home address is 151 E. i8th St.,
Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y.-Jeanette SAGE
Swan will be at I 2o Jefferson Ave., Janesville,
until June.
  Change of address: T. F. FRAWLEY, % Na-
dal, Jones & Newton, 92 Liberty -St., New
York City; A. C. OLSEN, Central Baguanos,
Oriente, Cuba; W. F. MABBE-T and Marie
H1INCLEY Mabbett, 2117 Commonwealth
Ave., Madison.
                1903
   Sec'y-W. H. HEIN, St. Louis, Mo.
         5238 Kensington Ave.
  Among the prominent alumnae who will
return to Madison next June to attend the
43rd national convention of Sigma Kappa
sorority will be Francis MARSHALL Wigmore,
Orland, Calif. Mrs. Wigmore is editor of
The Child's Garden and one of 12 women
nominated in the contest held by The
PictorialReview to determine the woman who
had contributed most to the public welfare
during 1924.
  Change of address: F. G. WILLSON., 78
Madison Ave., Newtonville, Mass.
                1904
Sec.-FLORENCE MOFFATT BENNETT
*     iviauison, .zz a. riamiiton a.
  0. B. CAHOON wants his friends to know
  that his office is located at 2266-Ist St.,
Panama City, Fla., and that his residence is
at Cromaniton, Fla. Wish we all could move
our office down to Florida.-A. F. KRiPPNER
may be found at 9o5-I4th St., Denver, Colo.,
when he's busy working, but at 76o Downing
St., during his leisure moments.-Julius
KRUG, former sheriff of Dane county, as-
sumed his duties as deputy state fire mar-
shal on January I. He will be in charge of the
southern Wisconsin district, with head-
quarters in Madison.
  Change of address: Elva MAGNussoN Ed-
ward, 52oo-I6th Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash.;
Mirah .CONGDON, III4Y2 W. 42nd St., Los
Angeles, Calif.; P. L. PEASE, 735 Bulkley
Bldg., Cleveland, 0.
                1905
Sec'y - CORNELIA COOPER, Madison
           18ix Jefferson St.
  R. T. WAGNER, who makes his home in
  Schenectady, N. Y., *as chosen chairman of
  the North Atlantic section of the American
Society of Agricultural Engineers at a con-
vention of that society held in December.
Mr. Wagner is a representative of the central
station department of the General Electric
Company in Schenectady.-Berton BRALEY
has moved to lol Webster Ave., Port Wash-
ington, N. Y. An up-to-date fairy story of
his, "The Enchanted Flivver," is running in
St. Nicholas, and will be published in book
form.
York. He has since held various
legal and civic connections in eastern
cities, among them the following:
counsel, Bureau of Municipal Re-
search, New York City; counsel,
Legislative Drafting Bureau, Co-
lumbia University; First Deputy
Commissioner of Accounts, New
York City, under Mayor John Pu-
roy Mitchel; associate counsel, Citi-
zens' Union, New York City; na-
tional director of Information Serv-
ice, American Red Cross, Wash-
ington, D. C.; assistant manager,
Atlantic Division, American Red.
Cross; director of National Child
Health   Demonstration; associate
counsel, Joint Legislative Commis-
sion investigating affairs of the city
of New York. He has held his pres-
ent post as secretary of Bridgeport's
community chest and social agencies
since 1922. His home address is Sil-
vermine Road, New Canaan, Conn.
(R. F. D. 43, Norwalk, Conn.)
  Brother King will find a welcome
at the forthcoming twenty-year an-
niversary celebration. With Mrs.
King and their four hopefuls he will
register for the prize for the biggest
family, or will it be for the tribe
CLASS NEWS*
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