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

Necrology,   pp. 35-37


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necrology
  Mrs. Katherine HARDY    Dickson  '90
(Mrs. Charles), San Diego, Calif.
  Mrs. Julia CUSHING Rogers '91 (Mrs.
Walter), Daytona Beach, Fla.
  Oscar T. ERHART '91, La Crosse.
  Benjamin W. JAMES '97, a retired West
Coast construction engineer, La Crescenta,
Calif.
  Mrs. Mary KOLTES de Ranitz '01, Prairie
du Chien.
  Grace HASTIE '01, Poynette.
  Mrs. Ella HARDY Greene '02, (Mrs.
Michael), La Jolla, Calif.
  Roy R. ROE '03, former manager of the
Kimlark Inn, Appleton.
  Dr. John Q. AMES '03, Brooklyn, Wis.,
former dean of George Williams College,
Chicago, Ill.
  George G. CURTIS, '03, Merrill.
  Albert H. SCHUBERT '03, La Crosse.
  Zel RICE '04, Sparta attorney.
  John F. STUCKERT '09, Appleton.
  Henry E. BALSLEY '09, La Jolla, Calif.
  George E. ACRET '10, a member of the
Los Angeles Bar Association.
  David A. MENZIES '11, Monroe.
  Lawrence C. UNDERWOOD '11, former
justice of the peace, Avoca.
  Constance M. CURRIE '12, St. Paul, Minn.
  Ivan F. WATERMAN '12, Corvallis, Ore.
  Mrs. Sarah PROUD Reif '13, (Mrs. Wal-
  ter), former employee of Madison News-
papers, Inc.
  Iav,. .LvIay w I L ,,      Il k-. ..
Douglas), Beverly Hills, Calif.
  0. Lyman DWIGHT '14, former president
of the Dwight Brothers Paper Co., Mil-
waukee.
  Walter P. BLOECHER '14, construction
engineer, Langcroft, Chestertown, Md.
  Dr. H. C. DALLWIG '14, Milwaukee.
  Richard D. BRIGHAM '14, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.
  Kenneth T. OFTELIE '14, Verona.
  Walter C. TOEPELMAN '16, a nation-
ally known member of the University of
Colorado geology faculty and director of vet-
erans affairs, Boulder, Colo.
  George E. BOOTH '16, Hillsboro, Mo.
  Charles S. PETTIS '17, Spartanburg, S.C.
  Ralph BONGEY '18, former principal of
Menomonie High school.
  Otto L. ROHSENBERGER '18, Cham-
paign, Ill.
  Frank L. HUGHES '18, Wauwatosa.
  Mrs. Pearl JERDIN Mills '20, Madison.
  Roy B. DRIVES '22, Clinton, Ia., formerly
associated with the J. B. Drives Fuel Co.,
Madison.
  Ray J. CASSERLY '22, a retired treasury
agent, Madison.
  Frank E. GERHAUSER '23, senior mer-
chandising manager for Sears Roebuck and
Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
  Leslie L. DOYLE '23, supervisor of motor
vehicle facilities for the Postoffice, Madison.
  Dr. James G. CURTIN '23, former Mil-
waukee physician.
  Ward T. LOGAN '24, Warsaw, Ind.
            1. rr~nTrrn7..Tc'1rT  P,1A  'D ..-
ford, Ill.
  Stuart 0. FIEDLER '24, production man-
ager of the Griffolyn Co., and vice-president
and director of research of the Bjorksten Re-
search Laboratories, Madison.
  Russell J. ROSSOW '25, Nashville, Tenn.
  Reinhardt H. RUHNKE '26, a retired
assistant superintendent of schools and a
leading educator, Milwaukee.
  Arthur L. BLAWUSCH '27, a school bus
driver for the Checker Cab Co., Madison.
  George W. ALLEN '28, Silt, Colo.
  William L. LOWRY '28, Gainesville, Fla.
  Marian E. YOUNG '30, El Paso, Tex.
  Marjorie C. HAMER '31, co-owner of the
Blue Bird Restaurant, Carmel, Calif.
  Margaret LEARD '32, Milwaukee.
  Esther M. JENSEN '34, former high school
teacher of English, Eau Claire.
  Werner 'S. SMITH '39, principal of Wil-
liam Horlick high school, Racine.
  Virgil C. BRYAN '41, former supervisor
of rehabilitation for the state board of voca-
tional and adult education, Racine.
  Helen TIERNEY '46, a Milwaukee high
school teacher.
  Mrs. Dorothy KRUEGER     Ranney '48,
(Mrs. Willet), Palos Park, Ill.
  Chester E. RIECK '48, -broker in industrial
real estate, Chicago, Ill.
  Robert E. MOLDENHAUER, '50, farmer,
Coloma.
  Lowell E. HARVEY '51, an engineer for
the State Highway Commission, Madison.
  James L. ASHTON '51, Sheboygan and
Ozaukee counties' district executive of the
Boy Scouts Kettle Moraine council.
  William T. PRICE, a University of Wis-
consin Law student, Madison.
  Mrs. Carol OETZEL Leverentz '49 (Mrs.
Eugene), formerly employed in the adjutant
general's office, Madison.
  Elton H. LEISSRING '50, Electric Co. en-
gineer, Brookfield.
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