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Thoma, Harry (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 37, Number II (Nov. 1935)

In the alumni world,   pp. 54-60

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November, 1935                                                          
ren, Wyo.-Senator F. Ryan DUFFY and        distant representative" at
the convention,  succeeding C. M. Himel who completed
Mrs. Duff y sailed from Seattle on Octo-   Concerning his trip, he wrote:
 "Drove     20 years service as principal last June. The
ber 16. They were members of a group       back  from  Detroit to  San  Francisco,
   high school moved into a new    million
of approximately fifty senators and con-   making 7500 miles via Madison,
Yellow-     dollar plant on a 5 8 acre campus five years
gressmen who will visit the Philippine     stone, Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon,
Boul-    ago.  During the past 13 years service as
Islands.                                   der Dam, San    Diego exposition,
Tia      teacher and assistant principal, Foulkes
                                            Juana, Agua Caliente, and Los
Angeles.     has seen the school grow from an enroll-
           Class of 1911                    Visited the University, and after
21 years, ment of 350 to 1400 students.   A new
                                            was recognized and named at sight
by       addition is under construction to relieve
   Dr. T. W. Nuzum, father of Dr.          Dean A. V. Millar!    (How does
he do       crowded conditions.-Jean KRUEGER has
 Franklin NUZUM of Santa Barbara, Calif.,   it?)  At Milwaukee I saw    SCHWADA,
      been named head of the home economics
 was honored on September 17 at a pub-      city engineer, GRUETZMACHER,
TAN-          department at the State Teachers college
 lic testimonial dinner given by the Civic  GHE, SCHMITT, and others.' -William
       of Santa Barbara, Calif.-Flora G. ORR
 and Industrial Council of Janesville and   F. GETTLEMAN was a visitor to
Madison      has been assigned to the Madison office
 the Rock County Medical society.  The     in August.   Since 1 9 3 1 he
has been as-  of the resettlement administration, in the
 occasion was the celebration of Dr. Nu-    sistant engineer with the Indian
Irriga-   information division headed by George
 zumn's fifty years of practice in Janesville.  tion Service and has recently
been sta-  Authier.  For the past ten years she has
 At the programs held during the day, a     tioned on the San Xavier Reservation
near  been in Washington, serving as correspon-
 scientific paper prepared by Frank was     Tucson, Ariz. He was married
in 1928       dent for The Omaha News and the St.
 read by his brother, Dr. John W. Nuzum     to Lelia Gilmer of Hurdlin',
Mo.-Sam L.    Paul News, and writing for the Scripps-
 of Chicago.-Jennie LORENZ is teaching      HOUGHTON is engaged in the develop-
       Howard newspapers, the Newspaper En-
 in the speech department of the Texas      ment of a group of high     grade
gold    terprise -association, and Science Service.
 State College for Women at Denton.-        claims in Arizona.-William F.
CALLAN-      Before that she was in New York as as-
 John R. IAKISCH has been advanced to       DAR, formerly chairman of the
Federal      sociate editor of Delineator magazine.
 the'rank of construction engineer. He is   Crop Reporting Board, has been
made as-    With Edith PORTER Lapish, '24, she is
 located at the Pine View Dam in Ogden      sistant administrator of the
Agricultural  author of "Be Beautiful, Men, Women,
 Canyon, Utah.                              Adjustment administration.  
Mr. Cal-      and Children," a scientific but popularly
                                            landar had been in charge of
the division  written little volume on physical care.
          Class of 1912                    of crops and livestock estimates
for 1 2    She joined the resettlement administra-
                                            years.  He was secretary to David
F.       tion's information service in May.-Dr.
   Harold G. PICKERING is associated with  Houston, a former Secretary of
Agricul-    Leo J. STARRY has been appointed a pro-
 Rushmore, Bisbee and Steamn, New York      ture, and accompanied that member
of       fessor of clinical surgery at the Univer-
 City, the firm which is the general attor-  the Wilson cabinet on his visit
through   sity  of Oklahoma.-Gladys     AUSMAN,
 ney for the Chase National bank. Picker-   Wisconsin.  In his new position,
Callan-   who is teaching in Los Angeles, spent the
 ing has handled all of the trial work in   dar will coordinate the activities
of the  summer with friends and relatives in Wis-
 the extensive litigation  in  which  the   various commodity divisions of
the ad-     consin and Minnesota.-John W. CAMP-
 Chase National bank has been involved      ministration insofar as the contract
pro-  BELL  is carrying on as New    England
 during the last few years.-L. J. MARK-     grams are concerned. He will
work with     manager for the Seiberling Rubber co.
 WARDT, assistant in charge of the Forest   the State Boards of Review  
  and the     His home address is 1 0 Wellman st.,
 Products laboratory's timber mechanics     county production control association
in   Brookline, Mass.
 section, was a member of the committee     facilitating the handling of
 which  drafted  the  recently  published  contracts.
 American  Standards association's safety                               
                        Class of 1918
 code for ladders. On the committee wereCls                   of11FrninJBAOpfeorfph-
 representatives of labor, employers, fireCls                 of1      5FrninJBAOpfeorfphr
 fighters, building owners, ladder manu-      Fe    EWNhsbe          rmtdt
     h      macognosy of Western Reserve University,
 facturers, insurance companies, and others.  FrdKRI         a  enpooe  
     ote      has been elected president for 1 93 6 of the
           ---~Eler  . HGHE  ofDavs, ali., n- position as superintendent
of the Repub-  Plant Science Seminar. The seminar was
-Elmer sh.r HUGHE   of Davisn Caif. enm-  lic Steel corporation at Warren,
Ohio. He   organized by the University of Minne-
           joye  a sort tay n Maisonthissum- has been associated with the
concern since  iota in 1 923 to promote interest in me-
mer. He writes: "Summer time in Wis-       1933.-Hugh J. JAMIESON is
practicing       dicinal plants, vegetable drugs, and food
consin seemed hotter than it used to be."  law with the firm of Thearman
Z4 Sterling  products.  It will have its next annual
-Edna GILLEN Bailey recently lost her      at 5 5 Wall st., New York City.
           meeting in Portland, Oregon, in July.-
mtonio, Tex. EwrGilnofSnA-Reuel R. BARLOW, now associated with the
                      tonio, Tex.                                       
            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~University of Illinois, sailed on Septem-
                             Class of  1913          Class   of  1916   
            ~~~~~ber 1 for a ten months study of press
                                                  EdadR. NAAR is located
at 120 S.    conditions in Europe.-Robert A. LORIG,
   Dr. Paul' WHELAN is a physician and     La Salle st., Chicago, as a financial
coun-  formerly mechanical engineer for the Wis-
surgeon, with offices in the Medical ?3    sellor.-Since July of the present
year, J.  consin Foundry Z& Machine co., is now
.Dental bldg., Seattle, Wash.  His eldest  Rodney SWETTING has been in the
home        an engineer with the Iowa Manufacturing
daughter, Joan, is a student in the Uni-   office of Norris and Elliott,
Inc., manage-  co. at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.--Catharine
versity of Washington.-William  J. TI-     ment engineers, Columbus, Ohio.-Mabel
     CULVER Mulberry has been elected state
TUS is now working as a highway engi-      E. DITTMAR is still teaching chemistry
in  chairman of the Children's Reading and
neer with the U. S. Bureau of Public       the high school at West Allis.-Frank
      Library service for the Illinois Congress of
Roads in the St. Paul, Minn., district     THAYER, now a lecturer in the
school of    Parents  and  Teachers. -  William   F.
office.-At a meeting held in Oshkosh in    journalism at the University,
was admit-   BUECH is engaged in the general insur-
September, Edward J. SAMP was elected      ted to the Illinois bar in October.
He was  ance business at 1 25 E. Wells st., Mil-
chairman of the voluntary state committee  a staff member of the Springfield
(Mass.)  waukee.  He is serving as a member of
of the Republican party.   Howard T.       Republican and publisher of the
Creston    the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.
GREENE, '15, candidate for governor two    Daily News for many years. In
1 926 he     -Beatrice UTMAN Pierce is the author
years ago, was named vice-chairman.-       wrote  "Newspaper   Management,"
  the     of "It's More Fun When You Know the
Fannie COX   Hendrie, 44 Forrest ave.,     leading textbook on the business
prob-     Rules," a book on etiquette patterned af-
Morton, Pa., recently lost her husband,    lems of newspapers. In addition
to teach-  ter Emily Post. The book has been pub-
Gardner Hendrie.                           ing in the journalism department,
he is    lished by Farrar & Rinehart. Mrs. Pierce
                                           doing research in newspapers and
the law   is in the editorial department of Pictorial
                  Class  of1914      ~        of the press.-Milton G. STEUBER
is a       Review, New York City.
                  Class of 1914           ~~project engineer in the Procurement
  Captain George M. BREADNER, for-        vision of. the Treasury department
with               Cls      f11
merly head of the woodwork department      offices in the Federal Warehouse
in Wash-Cls                 of1      9
of the schools of Victoria, Canada, has    ington, D. C.                
                Grace PADLEY is still teaching English
been named director of technical educa-                                 
             in the senior high school in Lubbock,
tion for the school system in that city.-           Class of 1917       
             Texas.-Rev. Ernest E. CLARKE, Platte-
Joseph KUNESH attended the A. W. W. A.                                  
             ville, has been appointed to the First
convention in May at Cincinnati, repre-      Thomas R. FOULKES has been elected
      Methodist Episcopal church, Platteville,
senting the Board of Water Supply for      principal of the Maine Township
High       beginning his fifth year of ministry in
the city of Honolulu. He was the "most     school, Park Ridge and Des
Plaines, Ill.,  that place.-Miles K. LANDER     writes:

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