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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 61, Number 9 (Jan. 1960)

Alumni news,   pp. 34-[37]


Page [37]


1956
   Joel S. COOK has been appointed assistant
 professor of English at the State University
 College of Education at Potsdam, N. Y.
   Anthony S. BARETA is a graduate student
 in city planning at the University of Illinois.
   Dr. and Mrs. Michael-Yves Roy (Judy
 BERNFELD) have become the "ultra-proud"
 parents of a little girl, Sylvie Amalia.
 1957
   Allen R. KORBEL has been awarded the
 professional designation of Chartered Life
 Underwriter (C.L.U.) by the American Col-
 lege of Life Underwriters.
   Marine 1st Lt. Edward L. STOWE, Jr.
 has been awarded his wings as a Naval Avia-
 tor at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla.
   John P. NEU lives in California with his
 wife and 2 children. He is a manufacturing
 engineer for the Ampex Corporation at San
 Jose.
 1958
 James K. MOORE has been promoted to
 the position of general product control pro-
 ject engineer at Oscar Mayer & Co. in Madi-
 son.
 Army 1st Lt. Fred C. BRAND is assigned
 to the 417th Medical Company in Germany.
 John BRENDON has been appointed to
 the special assignments division of the Dow
 Chemical Co. in Midland, Mich.
   Carol THIELE is teaching English at Main
Township high school in Park Ridge, Ill.
  Jean-Jaques VANDAMME is enrolled at
the American Institute for Foreign Trade in
Phoenix, Ariz.
  Robert J. LOESCHER is a teaching assist-
ant at the University of Michigan where he
is also studying Spanish and Latin-American
arts.
  Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Washburn (Suz-
anne PRITCHARD) are the parents of a 7
lb. 8 oz. baby girl.
  George L. SORENSON recently received
honorable mention in the competition for
the Elijah Watt Sells medals given at the
72nd annual meeting of the American In-
stitute of Certified Public Accountants.
1959
  Harriet P. DeHAVEN is working in the
elementary school program of the Walker
Art Center in Minneapolis, Minn.
  Mary B. KEHOE is teaching English at
Willobrook high school in Villa Park, Ill.
  William R. LOSS is working as an East
Asian research analyst for the Department of
the Army in Washington, D. C.
  John GRUBER is working as news editor
of The Sauk-Prairie Star in Sauk City, Wis.
  Army 2nd Lt. John D. CARTWRIGHT is
attending the officer basic course at The In-
fantry School, Fort Benning, Ga.
  George W. LONGENECKER is a gradu-
ate student in landscape architecture at the
University of Illinois.
Wisconsin Alumnus, January, 1960
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