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Lochner, Louis P. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 12, Number 3 (Dec. 1910)

Alumni news,   pp. [138]-146


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THE WISCONSIN ALUMNI MAGAZINE
                  '05.
  E. R. Jones, assistant professor of soils
in the university, attended the South Da-
kota  Dry  Farming   congress held   at
Rapid City, S. D., during the summer.
  R. IH. Whinery is acting district en-
gineer, in the employ of. the Bureau of
Public Works, Albay, Albay Province,
P. I.
  Willard S. Griswold is practicing law
at Milwaukee.
  G. M. Simmons is an erecting engineer
for the Westinghouse Electric & Manu-
facturing Co. at Jamaica, N. Y. The
main part of his work is on electric rail-
ways.
   G. W. Jamieson is a senior in the law
school at Chicago university.
   F. B. Cronk is chief engineer for the
 Oliver Iron Mining Co. at Coleraine,
 Minn.
   Adolph F. Meyer is a civil engineer,
 1471 Ashland Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
   J. Earl Baker, formerly in the Bureau
 of Commerce and Labor at Washington,
 has moved to San Francisco, where he
 has a position with the Southern Pacific
 company.
   G. A. Graham is at present construct-
 ing engineer for Snair & Triest Co., con-
 tractors, and is at work -on the, Catskill
 Aqueduct near New York City.
   Edward Erickson of Edinburgh, N. D.,
 was elected  county  superintendent of
 Walsh county at the recent North Da-
 kota elections.
                   '06.
   Ray J. Haggerty is a practicing attor-
 ney at Park Falls, Wis.
   E. C. Roberts is principal of the Ever-
 ett, Wash., high school.
   Christ Schroeder is live stock editor
 of the Wisconsin Agriculturist, Racine,
 Wis.
   Walter F. Sprecher is assistant cash-
 ier of the State Bank of Independence,
Wis., and a partner of John Sprecher &
Sonl, dealers in grain and seed. In his
idle moments he works life insurance.
  Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Ayers and
their son, Bruce Ayers, Jr., are living on
their ranch at Ismay, Mont. Mrs. Ayers
was Edith McCormick, '06.
  W. E. Bates is in the employ of the
Oliver Iron Mining Co., at Virginia,
Minn.
  F. H. Rickeman is with the Interstate
Light & Power CO. of Galena, Ill., and
wa srecently made general manager of
that concern.
   George J. Jones is teacher of history in
the high school of Washington, D. C.
  Ernest Miller is an engineer with the
Denison Chemical Co. of Baltimore, Md.
   Charles H. Hemingway      has trans-
 ferred his residence from Janesville to
 Rhinelander, where he will set up law
 offices.
   Raymond Law    is now located as a
 practicing attorney at Nowata, Okla.
   L. L. Smith is located with the Knox
 Engineering company of Chicago.
   I. J. Wilson, formerly assistant exam-
 iner of U. S. patents, is now connected
 with the law firm of Linthocum, Belt &
 Fuller, patent attorneys, in the Monad-
 nock building, Chicago.
   W. E. Warren has been recently ap-
 pointed manager of the Lawndale Ex-
 change of the Chicago Telephone com-
 pany.
   C. C. Thwing has left Chicago to en-
 ter the real estate business in Minne-
 apolis.
                   '07.
   Tobias Claverdatscher has an agency
 for gasoline engines in the region of his
 home town, Sauk City, Wis.
   Carl Zapffe is geologist in Brainerd,
 Minn.
   Oscar L. Uihlein is engineer in the
 sales department of the Cutler-Hammer
 Co. of New York.
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