Ward L. Hall (BS '50, MA '52) continues as Senior Geologist for Sinclair Oil and Gas Company in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
C. Clyde Hamblin (BS '50) remains District Landman for Tenneco Oil Company in Midland. His son, George, is a sophomore in high school this year.
John W. Hampton, Jr. (BS '53) is a geologist in the First National Bank Building in Wichita Falls. Their new daughter, Kathe rine Lee, was born on November 6, 1960.
J. L. (Bill) Harmon (BS '52) is Production Engineer for Connally Oil Company in Abilene.
J. Richard Harris (BS '53, MA '57) is an evaluation geologist for Ralph E. Davis Associates with offices in the Esperson Building in Houston. He states that they are a geological consulting firm doing busi ness throughout the U.S. and Canada, and he has done a good bit of traveling, making several side trips to famous geological sites. He is "enjoying geology more every day."
Hubert J. Harrison (BS '52, MA '57) is an independent geologist with offices in the Oil Industries Building in Corpus Christi.
Albert E. Hartwig (MA '52) is now with Humble Oil & Refining Company in Hous ton. "After 2Y2 years in Alaska, we've been transferred back to the Southwest. It's sure going to be hot this summer!"
Laurence H. Hawkes (BS '51) continues as subsurface geologist for Sinclair Oil and Gas Company in Amarillo. "The family and I think Amarillo is a swell place to live. Have been busy — with Sinclair plan ning to drill over 20 wells in the Texas Panhandle for 1961-62."
Hugh Hay-Roe (MA '51, Ph.D. '57) remains with Jersey Research as a Research Geol ogist in Tulsa where he has been working on the Tulsa Geological Society's Commit tee on Earth Science Education giving geology talks to both junior and senior high school science classes. He reports the arrival of their second son, Neil, on No vember 17, 1960. Some of the recent visitors have been Charlie Ellis ('57), Terry Bills 057), Tim Thames ('57), and J. S. Pitt man. Hugh is an excellent correspondent who keeps the department well informed on his activities and ideas and the activities of many other Exes. The UT Geology Faculty is keenly appreciative.
Edward Fabra Haye (BS '57) remains Presi dent of Photogravity Company, Inc. in Houston. He and his wife, Janice Thomas (BFA in Radio in 1951), are residing at 4526 Sunburst in Bellaire with their two daughters, Ellen Louise, 2 years, and Paula Ann, 5 months.
John E. Hearn (BS '52) remains a geologist for Aluminum Company of America in Houston.
Thomas B. Henderson. Jr. (1952-53) is now a geologist for Humble Oil & Refining Com-
pany with offices in the Wilson Tower Building in Corpus Christi.
Harold T. Henslee (BS '50) continues as Divi sion Exploration Geologist for Phillips Petroleum Company in Amarillo. They have been living in Amarillo for the past 11 years, ever since graduation, and now have two children, Mark and Janice, ages 11 and 8.
James G. Herblin (BS '52) reports from Bakersfield, California where he is a geol ogist. Their new daughter, Amy, was born on April 20th and their other two children are Karen, 4, and Jim, 3.
Edward R. Hewitt (MA '51) remains a geol ogist for Rockefeller Brothers, Inc. in New York. Their second boy was born in No vember 1960, evening up the tally of 2 girls and 2 boys. He is now looking into mining deals as well as oil plays.
Bill D. Holland (BS '54) reports from Mid land where he is continuing his duties as a Production Geologist for Humble Oil & Refining Company. No change in family status.
Carlton W. Hornbeck (BS '53) is a geologist and Manager of Office Exploration in Alice, concentrating on gas exploration "since the oil business is being imported and 8-dayed out of the saddle." He reports three lovely daughters, Becky, 7; Susy, 5; and Cindy, 2. He states that "several operators have come into this southwestern Texas and Gulf Coast area in the past year from the West, West Central and North Texas Areas. Some have settled in Alice since it is a friendly town and centrally located for oil and gas operations."
Jack M. Howard (BS '51) after ten years and eleven moves is now a geologist in the Gen eral Land Office in Austin, "enjoying the Highlands and fresh water around the Capital City."
Ed W. Hughston (MA '50) is affiliated with Diversa, Inc. of Dallas as Chief Geologist. He has been in Dallas for the past two years after spending the previous nine years in Corpus Christi. Their family now includes three boys, ages, 9, 7, and 3.
Henry Richard Humble (BS '53) is a geolo gist for the Ohio Oil Company in Midland. Their daughter, Mary Carolyn, was born on May 25, 1960.
Joe A. Hybner (BS '52) is a geologist for the Republic Natural Gas Company in Corpus Christi. Their family now consists of "four girls and a few tropical fish."
Otis L. James, Jr. (MA '52) reports he is still single and is an independent geologist in Gainesville, Texas.
Walter M. Jarrell, Jr. (BA '54) is a fresh man at the UT Dental School and is "still
William A. Jenkins, Jr. (Ph.D. '52) is Geo logical Section Supervisor in the Field Re-
search Laboratories of Socony Mobil Oil Company, Inc. in Dallas.
Norman Jennings (BS '52) is in Production Geology at Humbles Tomball District Of fice in Tomball, Texas. Their family is now living at 803 Hufsmith Road in Tomball and they report the addition of a son, Randal Alan, born on October 7, 1960.
Nancy Jenswold (Mrs. Jack G.) Johnson (BA '50) reports that they are living in a new home at 9711 Holloway in Dallas. They have two acres of ground and lots of trees to keep them busy. She reports that their son, Mark, 6, shows signs of being a rock hound and their daughter, Nancy Gail, 16 months, "keeps mother from doing any thing constructive." Her husband, Jack is a partner in the Dallas law firm of Carring ton, Johnson, and Stephens.
Robert C. Joekel (BA '54) is resident engi neer of Dowell Schlumberger in Hanover, Germany. Their family is the same as be fore — one son.
William James John (BA '50) is now a con sulting geologist in the First National Bank Building in Abilene.
Morris Lee Johnson (BS '50) has changed employers from the Pontiac Refining Cor poration in Corpus Christi to the Plymouth Oil Company in Sinton, Texas. Their chil dren now number four with 2 boys and 2 girls, "evening up the battle of the sexes."
Charles E. Jones (BS '51) has been promoted to District Superintendent of the Salt Creek Field Unit of General Crude Oil Company, living in Clairmont, Texas. They are work ing on a pressure maintenance project in Kent County, Texas at the present time. Their family includes two sons, Bob and Chuck.
Charles R. Jones (BS '50) was promoted to District Development Geologist with Cities Service Petroleum Company on December 7, 1960, in Midland.
James D. Kallina (BS '53) continues as Party Chief Seismologist for Petty Geophysical Engineering Company of San Antonio, doing exploration work in Gulf Coast, South Texas, West Texas and Rocky Moun tain area. He is married and has two children; expecting the third at any time.
John Kegley (BS '51) remains a geologist for the Union Producing Company now located in Houston.
Richard A. Kennedy (BS '53) is a geologist hydrologist consultant in El Paso, Texas. Richard, his wife, Ursula, and their five children have just returned from a year in West Pakistan where he has been working on the Indus River Basin Project, with main offices in Lahore, Pakistan. On their way home, they spent ten days each in New Delhi, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Honolulu and Los Angeles.
Jack (John) R. Kenney, Jr. (BS '51) is President of the Kenney Tank Company