Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 59, Number 11 (March 1958)
Necrology, p. 38
I Necrology Edward M. SABIN '93, at Union, Oregon. Reginald H. JOHNSON '96, retired pro- fessor of modern languages at the University of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Rebecca FRASER Buckbee '00, Mil- waukee high school teacher for more than 40 years, at Milwaukee. J. Raymon WILLIAMS '01, Lancaster, at Mesa, Ariz. Mrs. Julia SMITH Harvey, Madison, in Naperville, Ill. Mrs. Grace GILSON Waite '03, head of the mathematics department at Miami Senior High school for 19 years, at-Miami, Fla. Leo REITMAN '04, Milwaukee attorney. Mrs. Kate MUTCHLER Nordeng '04, Redgranite. Miner T. MEADOWCROFT '07, in Madison. Mrs. Edith SWENSON Davis '08, Madi- son civic leader and wife of Dr. Fred- erick A. Davis. William KRUSE '08, Whitewater. Mrs. Genevieve DAY Gates '08, Mil- waukee. George L. HEMINGWAY '09, Orford- ville. J. D. DARROW '10, Argyle attorney. Mrs. Florence TWO Kelley, '10, painter and clubwoman, Oakland, Calif. Clive J. STRANG '11, long-time Burnett County district attorney, at Grantsburg. J. Reese JONES '11, attorney at Osseo for 35 years, at Madison. Dr. John T. SCHWAB '13, former Wis- consin veterinarian, in Tucson, Ariz. Dr. Thomas S. O'MALLEY '16, at Mil- waukee. Reid M. BERGH '18, Madison insurance man. Lora HUSSEY '18, Zionsville, Ind. Municipal Court Judge Alvin G. BRENDE- MUEHL '20, at Oconomowoc. Robert H. BENSON '20, Wisconsin Rap- ids, at Madison. Charles H. BARLAND '22 at Eau Claire. Arthur B. AMES '22, attorney and pioneer businessman, Kenosha. Mrs. Persis PERKINS Brown '22, at Evansville, Ind., some time ago. Else LEISER '24, in Costa Mesa, Calif. Curtis R. HANSON '24, president and manager of the Scandinavia Telephone Co. Mrs. Bernice KUEHN Meland '24, Osh- kosh. Isabel BURNS '24, at Sheboygan. Floyd R. SWAN '25, Appleton pharmacist, Dr. George A. KRIZ '25, former Milwau- kee area physician, at Phoenix, Ariz. Alfred RESCHKE '27, at Milwaukee. Arthur E. JONES '28, Milwaukee. Mrs. Helen ICKE Harrison '29, Chicago. Lawrence E. ADAMS '30, Dodgeville druggist. Leon H. KELLEY '34, Van Nuys, Calif. Atty. Robert BRUNCKHORST '37, Platte- ville. Geraldine MILNE '40, Honolulu, Hawaii. Jerry LEVY '55, Sheboygan. WISCONSIN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OFFICERS--1957-58 Chairman of the Board: Lawrence J. Fitzpatrick, '38, 5001 University Ave., Madison 5 President: Dr. John A. Keenan, '30, 551 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. First Vice-President: Sam Ogle, '20, Schuster's Inc., Mil- waukee Second Vice-President: Martin Below, '24, Jahn & Oilier Engrav- ing Co., Prudential Plaza, Suite 3015, Chicago Treasurer: Russell A. Teckemeyer, '18, 1 S. Pinckney St., Madison 3 Secretary: Mrs. Silas Spengler, '19, 342 Park St., Menasha Executive Director: John Berge, '22, Memorial Union, Madison DIRECTORS AT LARGE Don Anderson, '25, Wis. State Journal, Madison 3; Dr. Norman 0. Becker, '40, 104 S. Main St., Fond du Lac; Oscar C. Boldt, '48, 217 S. Badger Ave., Appleton; M. Frpnk Brobst, '22, 9425 Grinel, Detroit, Mich.; Gordon Connor, '29, PO Box 810, Wausau; John L. Davis, '43, 1228 Tower Ave., Superior; Dean Conrad A. Elvehlem, '23, Bascom Hall, UW, Madison 6; John G. Jamieson, '38, 119 Monona Ave., Madison 3; Mrs. Robert D. Johns, '41, 1514 King St., La Crosse; Walter H. Keyes, '45, 115 S. Ithaca, Sturgeon Bay; Lloyd Larson, '27, The Milwaukee Sentinel, Mil- waukee; Katherine McCaul, '25, Tomah; Charles 0. Newlin, '37, Continental Ill. Natl. Bank & Trust Co.. Chicago; Raymond Pat- terson, '45, Pres., Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam; James D. Peterson, '18, 135 S. La Salle St., Chicago; Maxine F. Plate, '35, Ambrosia Chocolate Co., Milwaukee; George S. Robbins, '40, Chamber of Commerce, Marinette; William R. Sachse, '50, Security Natl. Bank Bldg., Sheboygan; Mrs. John A. Schindler, '28, 532 22nd Ave., Monroe; Dr. Robert R. Spitzer, 44, Murphy Products Co., Burlington; Frederick N. Trowbridge, 130 E. Walnut, Green Bay; Mrs. L. J. Walker, '30, 179 E. Huron St., Berlin; John C. Wickhem, '43, 19 E. Milwaukee St., Janesville. PAST PRESIDENTS Charles B. Rogers, '93, 95 W. Main St., Fort Atkinson; John S. Lord, '04, 135 S. La Salle St., Chicago 3; Charles L. Byron, '08, 38 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Chicago, Illinois; Earl 0. Vits, '14, 635 N. 7th St., Manitowoc; Harry A. Bullis. '17, Chairman of the Board, General Mills, Inc., 400 2nd Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn.; Howard I. Potter, '16, Marsh & McLennan, 231 S. La Salle St., Chicago; Howard T. Greene, '15, Brook Hill Farm, Genesee Depot; Albert J. Goedjen, '07, 350 Bryan St., R #6, Green Bay; C. F. Van Pelt, '18, Pres. Fred Rueping Leather Co., Fond du Lac; Philip H. Falk, '21, Supt. of Schools, 351 W. Wilson, Madison 3; William D. Hoard, Jr., '21, W. D. Hoard & Sons Co., Fort At- kinson; Joseph A. Cutler, '09, Johnson Service Co., 507 E. Michi- gan St., Milwaukee; Walter A. Frautschi, '24, Democrat Prtg. Co., PO Box 1148, Madison 4; Stanley C. Allyn, '13, Chairman of the Board, National Cash Register Co, Dayton, Ohio; John 'H. Sarles, '23, Knox Reeves Advt. Inc., 630 1st Natl. Son Line Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.; Thomas E. Brittingham, '21, Room 251, Del. Trust Bldg., Wilmington, Del.; Willard G. Aschen- brener, '21, American Bank & Trust Co., Racine; Warren P. Knowles, '33, New Richmond; R. T. Johnstone, '26, Marsh & McLennan, 1300 Natl. Bank Bldg., Detroit; Gordon R. Walker, '26, Walker Forge, Inc., 2000 17th St., Racine; Lawrence J. Fitzpatrick, '38, 5001 University Avenue, Madison 5. SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORS Class of 1955: Mrs. George Wallace Meyer, 1337 Marengo Ave., Forest Park, Ill. Class of 1956: Leslie M. Klevay, Jr., 625 Mendota Ct., Madison. Class of 1957: James G. Urban, Frankenburger House, Tripp Hall, U. of Wisconsin, Madison. ALUMNI CLUB DIRECTORS Chicago Alumnae: Mrs. Marcus Hobart, '19, 621 Foster, Evans- ton; Chicago Alumni: Raymond J. Ryan, '22, 35 E. Wacker Dr.; Detroit: Irwin R. Zemon, '50, 220 W. Congress; Eau Claire: C. David Bugher, '46, 646 Putnam Dr.; Fond du Lac: Nathan Manis, '38, Cohodas-Manis Co.; Fox River Valley: Donald C. Bradley, '43, Wis. Tel. Co., Appleton; Janesville: Richard C. Mur- phy, '49, 129 Corn Exchange; Kenosha: Mrs. Archibald Naysmith, '29, 502 Sheridan Rd.; La Crosse: Norman Schulze, '31, 206 Exchange Bldg.; Madison: M. Lee O'Brien, '30, Gateway Transfer Co.; Milwaukee: A. N. Renner, '48, Marshall & Ilsley Bank; Minneapolis: Roger C. Taylor, '41, N. W. Mutual Life Ins. Co.; New York City: Tom Tredwell, '23, Architectural Record, 119 W. 40th; Northern California: Delbert Schmidt, '38, Employers Mutual of Wausau. 114 Sansome St., San Francisco; Oshkosh: Clifford Bunks, '50, 480 E. Nevada; Racine: Willard R. Melvin, '47, 1907 N. Green Bay Rd.; Sheboygan County: Nathan Heffer- non, '42, 701 N. 8th, Sheboygan; Southern California: Emil Breitkreutz, '05, 1404 Wilson Ave., San Marino; Washington, D. C.: George E. Worthington, '10, 501 N. Oxford, Arlington 3, Va.; Waukesha: David A. Waite, '49, 714 Beechwood Ave. Wisconsin Alumnus, March, 1958 BW +ER IBOQKSIEILF J THE CENSORSHIP OF BOOKS. By David Feliman. University of Wisconsin Press. (Price: $0.75) Given originally as an address to the annual meeting of the Association of American University Presses, this pam- phlet makes the point that America is an open society in which no truth is immune from criticism. Freedom, ac- cording to the author, is the rule with us, and restraint is at best only an excep- tion to the rule. Using this as a main- stem, Professor Fellman examines cen- sorship both morally and poltically. The book is thought-provoking and clear with open references to spots of conten- tion in the present publishing scene.
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