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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 62, Number 13 (May 1961)

Alumni news,   pp. 33-36


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pointed associate dean of Columbia Uni-
versity's School of General Studies.
   Dr. and Mrs. James R. LAIBLE (Eliza-
 beth McCANSE '58), San Rafael, Calif.,
 announce the birth of a daughter, Margaret
 Elizabeth. Dr. Laible is a chemical engineer
 with Standard Oil of California.
   Robert H. STARK of Milwaukee has been
 appointed assistant district executive for Boy
 Scouts of America.
 Mr. and Mrs. John   TRUOG   are the
 parents of a son, Thomas Rayne.
 John M. CORUTHERS has been promoted
 to Monroe district installation superintendent
 for Illinois Bell Telephone Co.
 1957
 Ralph NEALE has been appointed foot-
 ball coach of Monroe High School.
 Mrs. Richard MAURER (Barbara WEST-
 PHAL) has been elected secretary of the
 Wisconsin Alumni Club of Manitowoc
 County.
 1958
 The Regez and Johnson law firm, Monroe,
 Wis., has announced that John K. CALLA-
 HAN has become an official partner in
 the firm.
 1959
 Paul A. HARTWIG has been appointed
 chairman for the Green County Red Cross
 fund drive. He is owner-operator of the new
 Monroe Farm Management and Consulting
 Service.
 Donald P. SCOTT has been named super-
 intendent of schools in Neenah, Wis.
 Donald R. RICHARDS has been promoted
 to first lieutenant in Germany where he is a
 member of the 36th Infantry.
 Army 1st Lt. William B. WHITE has
 been assigned commander of the 4th
 Artillery's Headquarters Battery at Fort Riley,
 Kans.
 1960
 Charles W. McCURE has been named
 winner of the 1961 National Electronics
 Conference Fellowship award. The fellow-
 ship, valued at $2,500, is an annual award
 to electrical engineering graduates for further
 studies in electronics.
 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. POOLEY an-
 nounce the birth of a daughter, Susan Eliza-
 beth. Mr. Pooley is a graduate assistant in
geology at Florida State University.
  Irene A. DOBBERT   has been named
librarian for Hardware Mutuals-Sentry Life,
the nation's sixth largest mutual property and
casualty insurance group, headquartered in
Stevens Point, Wis.
1961
  Jose Ricaurte GARCIA-BRAND is now
director of Extension, Columbian Ministry of
Agriculture, Bogota.
Wisconsin Alumnus, May, 1961
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