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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 60, Number 13 (May 1959)

Alumni news,   pp. 26-34


Page 33


UW Alumni club are Robert McFARLANE
and Bruce COLLINS.
  Mrs. R. H. Alander (Virginia NICKER-
SON) writes from the intriguing address of
Plot 109, Tor Road, Vainona, P.O. Borrow-
dale, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. She and
her husband had 'been in the Belgian Congo
for two years previously.
  Edmund R. HOBBINS, assistant cashier
of the American Exchange Bank, was hon-
ored as the Madison Junior Chamber of
Commerce's Man of the Year. He and his
wife, Marianne, have four children.
  Fred DREXLER and Lee D. LEIFER are
directors of the Manitowoc UW Alumni club.
  Director of life sales for Time Insurance
Co. of Milwaukee is Kenneth R. WILLIS.
  Arthur VERICK and Edward ANICH are
vice president and director of the Burlington
and Chequamegon Bay UW Alumni clubs,
respectively.
  Thomas C. ALLEN Jr. of Sunnyvale, Calif.,
is head of the plant pathology section at the
Stauffer Chemical Co., Mountain View, and
is a hobby artist who was represented in the
19th annual exhibition of the Society of
Western Artists in San Francisco.
1954
  David M. QUALE is the fourth son of
the late Attorney Normal Quale of Baraboo
-a UW Law school graduate-to receive his
law degree at the University. He is married,
has two sons and is with the First Wisconsin
Trust Co. in Milwaukee.
  Mr. and Mrs. E. J. (Jim) SMITH have
moved to Sharon, Wis., where he is with
the Hans Larson Insurance Agency. They
have a five months old son.
  Bob CHAMBERS is in the catalog sales
promotion division of Montgomery Ward in
Chicago. He and his wife (Jean PAYTON
'56) have one son.
  New city engineer at Beaver Dam is John
PRUNUSKE, who is married and has five
LIIlIUIeII.
  Ervin H. ZUBE has been awarded a Rome
Prize Fellowship and will study for one year
a parents'
at the American Academy in Rome. He is
studying landscape architecture.
  Fifteen members of the class had contrib-
uted $58 to the Alumni House campaign by
March 1.
1955
  Charles R. SAMUELSON is now lieu-
tenant in the Navy, stationed at the Bruns-
wick Naval Air Station, Maine. Mrs. Samuel-
son is the former Nancy HEIMERL '57; they
have two daughters, Susan Lynn, 2, and
Sally Ann, 1.
  Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Don C. WOLD
(Shelly THURMAN '56), a daughter, Sara,
in Lahore, Pakistan.
  Paul MORROW is president of the Iowa
County UW Alumni Club.
  Norman J. PETERSEN is with the city
of Milwaukee Health Department and is
married to the former Nancy Jo Walker.
  Clifford DEPKA of Rosholt is president
of the Central Wisconsin Pharmaceutical
Assn.
  Richard C. EVENSON    is with W. B.
Doner and Co., Advertising, in Chicago.
  Dr. William H. MUIR is an assistant
professor of biology at Carleton college.
  Harold GERMAN is a director of the
West Bend UW Alumni club.
  R. Charles BANKER is associated with
the Superior law firm of Johnson, Fritschler,
Barstow and Witkin.
  James B. GOLLEY and his wife (Judith
HARRISON) studied at the American In-
stitute for Foreign Trade in Phoenix; he was
graduated in late January.
  Carlyle WAGNER is a director of the
Burlington UW Alumni Club.
1956
  Fourteen members of the class have con-
tributed $66.50 toward the Alumni House
on campus.
  Diane M. BRENDEMIHL is a first lieu-
tenant in the U.S. Women's Army Corps
k..elltr aL EUL.)  X.VL.AeCIU, n£1lu.
  Jack L. FLORIN is back in Eau Claire
after some interesting duty at the Ft. Chaffee
eye view of campus
  The many alumni who have sons and
daughters attending the University of
Wisconsin will get a glimpse of student
life today during Parents Weekend held
on May 16-17.
  Saturday morning will start with
tours of the campus. Various open
houses will be all during the day, and
outstanding senior men and women will
be honored separately at Men's Award
Luncheon and Senior Swingout. Those
interested in chatting with the faculty
will have an opportunity to do so at the
President's Reception in the Union
Lounge.
  Saturday evening will feature the
Wisconsin Alumnus, May, 1959
Tournament of Song, a choral competi-
tion featuring the 'best choruses from
campus organizations. Following that
will be a Parents Weekend Party with
entertainment, dancing, singing, and
contests.
  Both days, Hoofer's Sailing Club will
sponsor an intra club "Sailing Regatta"
on Lake Mendota for outdoor enthu-
siasts.
  The University Band under the direc-
tion of Mr. Dvorak will present a con-
cert of Wisconsin favorites and band
specialties Sunday afternoon. Later, the
Wisconsin Union Theater will sponsor
backstage tours.
Douglas diversification affords
broadened opportunities, com-
bined with stability and se-
curity.
  Engineering at Douglas is
divided into three basic areas
... missile and space systems,
transport aircraft and combat
aircraft. In these military and
commercial categories, each
advancing beyond present fron-
tiers of achievement, engineers
and scientists can progress to
the limit of their capabilities.
  In addition, supervisory and
executive openings are filled
from within the company.
Many of the top executive
otticers at .Louglas are engi-
neers who have moved right up
to assume wide responsibility.
  We are interested in engi-
neers with backgrounds in
other fields as well as avionics,
aircraft and missiles.
  For further information write
to Mr. C. C. LaVene, Douglas
Aircraft Company, Inc., Santa
Monica, California.
I Section.
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the most respected name in aircraft,
   missile and space technology
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