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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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            The Wisconsin        Alumni Magazine
                                             tion he held for the past fourteen
years.  1905 he and his father opened the Sted-
                                             He was also president of the
Montana Coal  man Glove company in that city.   He
                                             and Iron co., the Southern Oregon
co.,    remained in this work until 1911, when
                       Keep  in  T0~4~     and the Blackwell Lumber co.,
of Idaho.   he was named state banking examiner. It
          Keep  in   Touch                  He made frequent trips to these
other busi-  was while in this latter capacity that he
                                             nesses and enjoyed donning the
lumber-    became interested in the cherry growing
                With                        man's or the miner's togs for
inspection     industry. In 1918 Mr. Stedman accepted
                                             trips through the property.
He was very   the position as president of the Door
            Wisconsin                      active in the civic and social
affairs of hisCounty State Bank in Sturgeon Bay.
            Wi lsconlsinl                   home community and gave much
of his         During the years he lived in Door county
                                             time to promoting civic endeavors.
 He    he became actively identified with various
     How many years has it been since     was an active and loyal alumnus
and sel-  public enterprises and served as president
   you attended the University of Wis-    dom missed a class reunion. He
was 72     of the Door County Chamber of Com-
       c .nsin?  Ten?  Twenty?  Thirty?    years old. He is survived by his
widow    merce at one time. During the past few
   consin? Ten? Twenty? Thirty?             and one sister, Mrs. A. J. Coburn.
       years he had been connected with the
   The years have slipped by faster                                     
                Federal Land Bank with offices at Minne-
   than you imagined. Many changes             HARRY D. CORNING, ex-'85,
died at      apolis.  Ill health caused him to resign
   have taken place in those years.       his home in Wisconsin Dells on
September  from  this position early this year.  He
                                     hea pa ie.  25 after a brief illness.
 Mr. Corning  was 67 years old. He is survived by his
   Many things are happening daily        had been associated with his father
in busi-  widow, Grace Cloes Stedman, '99, two
   on the Campus and in the alumni        ness in Wisconsin Dells, formerly
called  sons, John, '28, a professor in the Wis-
   body that are of great interest to     Kilbourn, for many years. After
his fa-   consin Law school, Lougee, ex '30, and
                                             ther's death, Mr. Corning carried
on the  one daughter, Mrs. R. J. Gordon.
   you.                                     work until his retirement in
1922.    He
                                             was active in civic circles
in Wisconsin    GEORGE D. PEASE, '93, died at his
      The classmates you once knew           Dells, and served as secretary
of the ceme-  home in Bozeman, Montana, on October
   so intimately have roamed to the       tery commission for fifteen years
and la-  25, 1934. Mr. Pease had been a promi-
   earth's four corners.  They have       ter as its president. He was 69
years old.  nent lawyer in Montana ever since his
   married, had children, and some             JAMES L. CAREY, '88, paper
mill        graduation from the University.
   have probably passed to the great      architect and engineer, 208 North
Lara-      PLATT WHITMAN, '93, Law '95, of
   beyond.  Most of them have had           mie Avenue, Chicago, Ill., died
suddenly  Highland, Wis., died at a hospital in
   their fair amount of success, some     September 9, at his summer home
near      Rochester, Minn., on September 11. Mr.
                                             Kenosha, Wis.   Upon leaving
the Uni-     Whitman, a law partner of the late Sen.
   have reached fame and fortune.           versity Mr. Carey was employed
by the     John J. Blaine, was a former member of
                                             Black-Clawson co., Hamilton,
O., paper    both the state assembly and the senate,
      The University you once knew           machinery builders.  During
the period    and was president of the Bank of High-
   has grown with each passing year.      from  1907 until the time of his
death    land.  He began the practice of law in
   With each succeeding class of eager    Mr. Carey designed the following
mills:   Boscobel in 1 895 and remained there until
                                             American Coating Mills, Elkhart,
Ind.;    1903 when he moved to Highland. The
    freshmen has come new buildings,       Container Corporation of America,
Og-     late Gov. Phillipp appointed Mr. Whit-
    new courses, new faces on the fac-     den mill, Chicago and Cincinnati
mill,    man to the office of insurance commission-
    ulty.                                    Cincinnati, O.; Consolidated
Paper Co.,      er in 1919, a post which Mr. Whitman
                                             Aurora, Ill.; Hummel Z' Downing
Co.,      held until 1923. Since that year he had
      Keep in touch with these devel-      Milwaukee, Wis.; Michigan Carton
Co.,     devoted himself largely to his banking in-
    opments through   the Wisconsin        Battle Creek, Mich.; North Star
Straw-    terests. He was 64 years old. He is sur-
                  opments through  theWisconsin board Mills, Quincy, Ill.;
Bemis Bros.  vived by a brother, Dr. Roscoe Whitman.
    Alumni Magazine, the only official     Bag Co., Peoria, Ill.; Central
Fibre Prod-
    alumni publication of the Univer-      ucts Co., Hutchinson, Kans.; and
Pioneer-    BONDUEL A. HUSTING, ex-'01, for-
    sity.  Each month the magazine           Flintkote Co., Los Angeles,
Cal.  Num-    mer Fond du Lac county district attorney,
    faithfully records the most recent     bered among Mr. Carey's foreign
clients   died on October 3 from injuries received
                                             were the Australian Paper Manufacturers,
 in an automobile accident a few days be-
    happenings on the Campus, the lat-     Ltd., Melbourne and Sydney, Australia;
   fore. Mr. Husting practiced law in Fond
    est sports news, and interesting bits  the Chin Hua Card Board &
Paper Manu-     du Lac and Mayville all his life. In 1905
    about the faculty members. In ad-      facturing Co., Tientsin, China,
and the   he was elected district attorney of Fond
                                             Alliance Box Co., Warrington,
England.    du Lac county and served in this office
    dition, the interesting happenings        Mr. Carey was a member of the
Tech-    for two terms.  He was associated with
    of the alumni world are prepared       nical Association of the Pulp
and Paper   his two brothers, Berthold J. (Pete)
    for you in each issue. Hundreds of     Industry, the Western Society
of Engi-    Husting and Gustav B. Husting in the
                                             neers and the Butterfield Country
Club,   practice of law.  He was 61 years old.
    newsy bits about the alumni far        Hinsdale, Ill. He was also a life
member  He is survived by his wife and four chil-
    and wide are published for your        of the Wisconsin Alumni Association.
He   dren, Mrs. Carl W. Dyckhoff, Helen, Mar-
    leisurely reading and entertainment.     was 71 years old.          
                 garet, and John Pierre.
      The membership dues of four              JOHN CHLOUPEK, '92, county
judge             DR. LEWIS FUSSELL, Ph.D., '07, died
    dollars a year are insignificant corn-  of Manitowoc county, Wis., for
34 years,  at his home in Swarthmore, Pa., on July
              paredto th  man  hour of ejoy- up until the time of his resignation
last  15. 193 5. Dr. Fussell was the founder
    pared to the many hours of enjoy-      November. died at a Green Bay
hospital    and only chairman of Swarthmore Col-
    ment to be had for this small in-      on September 1 after a long illness.
After  lege's Department of Electrical Engineer-
    vestment.                                receiving his law  degree, Mr.
Chloupek      ing.
                                              entered practice with Judge
Emil Baensch,   ALFRED H. BUSHNELL, '07, Law '09,
                                              '81, an association which continued
until  died on September 7 following a long ill-
                                              his election in 1900 to the
judgeship. He  ness. Mr. Bushnell had practiced law in
                                              had served two terms as district
attorney  Madison from the time he received his law
             a  rrm *      A 1          *      prior to being elected judge.
He was 74      degree.  He was associated with the late
  'w  isconsinA            lum     ni        years old.  He is survived by
four chil-     James Clancy, of Stoughton, as defense
                                              dren, Mrs. A. J. Goedjen, Roland,
Frank   counsel in a number of notable criminal
               MAGAZINE-                     and Eugene.                
                 cases. He was 52 years old. He is sur-
                 vived by his widow and two children.
          770 Langdon St.                      HORACE    E. STEDMAN, ex-'92,
for
                                              many years active in the development
of     MRS. J. P. RIORDAN, wife of "JERRY"
               Madison,     w is.            the Door County cherry industry,
died at  RIORDAN, '98, died at their home in St.
      M  a d i s o n ,    W  i s .his home in Berlin, Wis., on September
            Paul on September 11 after a long illness.
                                              20.  Mr. Stedman did not complete
his     Mr. Riordan is well-known as one of
                                              University course but left
Wisconsin to   Wisconsin's football immortals of the late
                                              enter the banking business
in Berlin.  In  '90's.


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