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Egstad, H. M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 36, Number VII (April 1935)

In the alumni world,   pp. 218-222

Page 220

        The Wisconsin Alumni Magazine
                                           consin next summer.'"-Katherine
WICK-     is an engineer on a government soil ero-
            SchoolD irectory         ~    WIRE Bowman resides at 542 Grove
ave.,     sion project.-Elizabeth JOHNSON    has
            School  Directory             ~~~~Barrington, Ill. Her husband
is with the  been transferred from the AmericanLea
          _____________________________________ Equitable Life Insurance
society of New  tion at Guatemala, C. A., to the American
                                           York.  They have one daughter,
Helen      Legation at Praha, Czechoslovakia.-Elis-
           Boys Schools                   Elizabeth, born in 1925.-Richard
and      abeth TOMKINS is teaching in Webster
                                           Susan BROWN MARCUS have moved
from        Groves, Mo.-Evelyn SMITH Norton, her
 WVESTERN         MILITARY               Minneapolis to  1016   Westmoor
road,      husband, Richard, and their only child,
             ACADEMY                      Winnetka, Ill. Richard is vice
president  Judith, born in April, 1934, are living
Your boy's success in life depends largely upon  of the Edward B. Smith co.,
investment  at 734 Hinman ave., Evanston. Evelyn's
the training he'receives between~ the ages of  securities in Chicago.-Loren
BENNETT    husband is in the wholesale furniture, im-
10 and 19. Western specializes in developing  is supervisor of sales with
the Aluminum  ports and reproductions business.  They
the success-winning qualities of initiative,
perseverance, courage and judgment. Tat's   Cooking Utensil co. of Minneapolis.
He     have made several trips to Europe and
why Western boys are leaders. Thorough    is married and is living at 1822
Dortland  plan to make another visit soon.-A. R.
preparation for college or business. Sports,
riding, for all. 25 miles from St. Louis. Catalog.  ave., St. Paul.-Emma
Louise ZEISLER  SAWERS is selling real estate in Milwau-
           Col. C. F. Jackson             is teaching in Los Angeles, Calif.-Her-
  kee.-Robert D. CASTERLINE is a paint
             Aiton, Illinois              bert BIERSACH is in the plumbing
depart-   manufacturer with Casterline Bros. at 233
                                          ment of the Morley Murphy Howe
co,        E. Oregon st.. Milwaukee.-G. C. GRA-
         CRANBROOK                         Green Bay.-Robert T. MCELHENY
is          HAM is president of the Eddy Stoker corp.
Distinctive endowed boys' school, grades 7-12.  district manager of the Erie
Stone co. of  of Chicago.-William  B. WARREN is a
Graduates in 29 colleges. Unusual opportuni-  Fort Wayne, Ind.-L. Farnum
 BELL is    chemical research  assistant at Carnegie
ties in arts, sciences, athletics, bobbies,  employed by the Germaine Seed
co. in    Tech, Pittsburgh.-Raymond R. DOWNIE
          Creative alent cutivated.Los Angeles.-Kenneth THRALL is farm- 
           is a chemist with the Merrell co. in Cin-
          Creative talet near Green Lake, Wis.-Donald M. 
           cinnati.-Arthur S. HOLMQUIST has a
 William  0. Stevens, Ph.D., Headmaster   KASTLER is assistant feature editor
of the  position in the service department of the
 2200 Lone Pine Rd., Bloomnfield Hills, Mich.  Detroit Free Press. He is
unmarried and  Ohio Public Service co. in Elyria, Ohio.
           _________________________________ is living  at 700  Delaware,
 ,For complete School and Camp In-                  Class of 1923       
                     Class of 1926
 formation, fill out and mail this formRoL.FECdrcrofteShl               
              Hillier KRIEGHBAUM is now a corre-
 to the Graduate School Service, 30         RofyounLis  atECH thdUiversity
ofth Scouth  spondent for the U. P. association in
 Rockefeller Plaza, N. Y.                 ef Coraliforia was telUiestedvic
 prSidet-  Washington, D. C.-Alfred H. BACH-
                                           of the American Association of
Teachers   HUBER is practicing medicine in Sauk
 Student's Age..    ...Sex ...            of Journalism.-Everett W. JONES,
for-     City. Wis.-George H. ROSS has been
                                           met general superintendent of
the John    transferred from Old Hickory, Tenn. to
 Religion.......Rate ...                  A. Manning Paper co. and an executive
    Richmond, Va. by the Du Pont Cello-
                                           of the Behr-Manning cornD., has
resigned  phane co. He and his family are living
 Location Preferred.fro.tes.cmpnis.o.ecmeexcuiv                         
           at 303 Roanoke st.-Richard J. LUND
 Type of School Preferred ..  ..director of the Albany General hospital.
                                      ..  Mr. John   Manning, president of
the      the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Coin-
 Type of Camp Preferred .....             Manning Paper co. and Behr-Manning
       merce in 'the Department of Commerce,
                                           corp., is also president of Albany
hospi-  Washington.-Barbara BEATTY, who for-
                      Remarks             tal, an  it was at his equest that
Mr.    merly taught home economics in a Win-
            Rema  .................Jonesl mande itwaathis changes-Viohat
SWAI        netka High school, has been transferred
 Name.R...........                          eeis mad stylist wiha the. Griffin
ShopNto a fourth grade in that city.  She is
                                           inckIndisanapolis. Her husbandisfi
prSiden  considered one of the best grade school
 Address.of..........                     i  thedSanderis H~Rcer Furbnditupresico.-
teachers in Winnetka.-Roy J. SCOTT,
          ____________________________    Viorf     ONRAGRi the sadr~   ekrFriue
crar.  who for the past six years has been mana-
                                           examiner of the Civil Service
board of    gro    h   e     okofc     ftePii
are living at 7840 Fareholm drive.-Nor-   the city of Louisville, Ky.-Gilbert
J.     Carey co., has resigned and organized a
bert W. MARKUS is working with E. B.      BUETTNER is a salesman for the
Manito-     company of his own at Metuchen, N. J.
Smith Z& co., investments, in Chicago. He  woc Aluminum Goods co. with
headquar-     Known as the R. J. Scott co., Inc., it is
and his wife (Susan BROWN) and their      ters at 4417 Lemmnon ave., Dallas,
Texas.  oeo    h   e    e   ofn     ocrst
two sons, are living at 10 1 6 W. Moore                                 
            begin operations since the building slump
road, Hubbard   Woods, I11.-Lyle    C.              Class o     1924    
            reached- its low.The concern will give
HARVEY is vice president in charge of sales                 o           
            employment to over a hundred men and
for the Bryant Heater co. in Cleveland,      Bill OATWAY is doing research
work at   as a result almost the entire relief rolls of
Ohio.-Howard M. POSZ has a position       L~aurel Heights, Shelton, Conn.-Clinton
   Metuchen will be eliminated.-Marguerite
as power specialist with the Southern Cal-  E. SKIFSTAD is now agricultural
instruc-  DOLLARD Carmichael is in charge of cor-
ifornia Edison co.-Rudolf BLATTER is      tot at the Newton High school,
Elm-        rective speech work in the Gary, Ind.,
an architect in Delmar, N. Y.-F. Morris   hurst, L. I.-Helen MOORE Brown
is          public schools. Her husband is a pharma-
JACKSON is an investment banker with      teaching in the Evanston Public
schools.   cust with the Ridgley co.-Marion H.
the firm  of Banks Huntley ~& Co., 634    -Bradford C. DIXON is operating
an oil     DIXON is teaching home economics in the
S. Spring st., Los Angeles.               station and auto accessories plant
in Wat-  State School for the Deaf at Trenton, N.
                                           sonville, Calif. He is married
and is liv-  J.-J. Chrystal GORDON is cooperating
          Class of 1922                    ing at 27 Third st.-Nate BLINKS
is an     with the Hinsdale, Ill. community service,
                                           estimator for the General Gas
Light co.   teaching adult classes how to prepare ade-
  Ruth CATLIN is working with the         in Kalamazoo, Mich.           
           quate diets, planning budgets, and regulat-
Emergency Relief administration at Forest                               
            ing the use of canned meats and other re-
City, N. C.  She began her work as aCls                     of12        
            lief foods.-Burton F. MILLER, former
canning director in a North   CarolinaCls                   of12        
            chief engineer for Station WHA, the Uni-
county, and was soon transferred to a        While the whole country is keenly
in-   versity radio station, is now  with the
position as relief director in home eco-  terested in the progress being
made by     Warner Brothers, First 'National Studios,
nomics for three counties.-One of the     Alyce Jane McHenry, the little
Omaha       Burbank, Calif., as a transmission and
highest paid instructors in clothing and  girl, who underwent an operation
in order  development engineer.
textile teaching is Mary AUSMAN of the    that her internal organs might
be arranged
Flower Technical High School in Chi-      properly, we are reminded that
David                Class of 1927
cago.-Leo H. KOHL writes: "My ad-         White, eight years old, the
son of Mr.
dress has been changed to 241 Whipple     and Mrs. Omar WHITE     (Florence
PAL-       Louise CLAPP has been a member of
st., Swissvale, Pittsburgh, and I have been  MER) had a similar operation
three years  the home economics staff of the Procter
transferred to take charge of the work of  ago.  The operation was performed
at      and Gamble co., Ivorydale, Ohio, for the
the State Y. M. C. A. for western Penn-   the Wisconsin General hospital
and the     past six years.-Eugene B. HOTCHKISS is
sylvania.  Mrs. Kohl and our three chil-  boy made rapid recovery. The family
is     manager of the Liberty, N. Y., office of
dren will join me in a visit to old Wis-    now living at West Salem, where
Omar     the New York Telephone co. He is mar-

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