Terry V. Bills, Jr. (BS '55, MA '57) is an independent geologist in Lafayette, Louisi ana.
Lt. Frederick S. Blackmar, 111, U.S.N. (BS '55) is attached to Training Squadron 28 at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi.
Wesley F. Blankenship (BS '57) resigned his position with Pan American Petroleum Corporation in New Orleans in August 1960 and is now a geologist for the Coastal States Gas Producing Company in Corpus Christi. They are presently living at 6009 Norvel in Corpus Christi.
Harvey Blatt (MA '58) reports through the smog that he, his wife, and baby are enjoy ing the California sunshine. He hopes to finish work on his Ph.D. in June of 1962 at UCLA. They are living at 4990% Marionwood Drive in Culver City, Cali fornia.
Walter E. Bloxsom (BS '61) is working for Shell Development Company in Coral Gables, Florida. "Our work is concerned primarily with limestones and has been quite an education for me." Walter hopes to return to UT for graduate study in September.
E. Hal Bogardus (BS '55, MA '57) is a Ph.D. candidate living at Graduate Circle 11-R in University Park, Pennsylvania. He is work ing on the clastic properties of minerals in the solid state and hopes to complete the degree in two more years. They have a daughter, Karen, and are expecting another child in June.
Charles Clinton Booth (MA '56) is still looking for good deals in South Texas with his partner, Richey Holman, a business school graduate of UT. He, his wife Cory anne, and children, Betsy 7 and Cissy 4, are well and happy. The partnership of Booth and Holman is located in the Oil Industries Building at Corpus Christi.
Don R. Boyd (BS '58) remains associated with the Pan American Petroleum Corporation as a geologist in Corpus Christi. They are the parents of a new daughter, Mellisa Lee, and are residing at 6006 Orma Drive in Corpus Christi.
Walt V. Boyle (BS '54, MA '55) continues as a geologist for the Shell Oil Company in Roswell, New Mexico, conducting regional geology studies in the North Basin of New Mexico. He is now serving as Vice-Presi dent of the Roswell Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Robert W. Bradley, Jr. (BS '56) .remains As sociate Geologist for Humble OH & Refin ing Company in Roswell, New Mexico.
Philip Braithwaite (MA '58) is a geologist for the Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd. in Edmonton, Alberta. He states he enjoyed meeting Dr. Wilson again when his tour as Distinguished Lecturer brought him to Edmonton. He and his family are living at 10273 Princess Elizabeth Avenue.
Robert Frost Brandt (BS '57) is a Seismic Computer for Texaco, Inc. in Houston. He reports "still live in Houston, still single; and still doing seismic interpretation for Texaco."
G. R. Brooks (BS '58) is a geologist in Mag nolia, Arkansas. He reports that Gayle, Stephanie and Sherry are all looking for ward to the new addition to the family in November.
Leroy C. Buehrer (BS '57) is now in his fourth year in West Texas as a geologist for Humble Oil & Refining Company in Midland.
Richard T. (Lucky) Buffler (BS '59) is still serving in the Navy on the U.S.S. Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. (DD-850) but will be re leased this fall. He plans to attend the University of California at Berkeley where he has been offered a teaching assistant ship plus a National Science Foundation fellowship. He is planning to pass through Texas in August on his way west.
Pat Parks (Mrs. Wallace F.) Burbridge (BA '58) is a junior Research Technician with Sun Oil Company in Dallas.
David R. Butler (BS '55) continues as a ge ologist with the Standard Oil Company of Texas in Roswell, New Mexico. Their new daughter, Sara Gail, was born on October 27, 1960 so they now have one boy and one girl.
William M. Byrd (BS '56, MA '58) remains a Production Geologist for Humble Oil & Refining Company working in the Midland office doing Geological studies for unitiza tion projects.
Paul F. (Fred) Byrom (BS '57) is sample logging for Permian Engineering Company in Midland and is an independent operator in his off time. He planned a June wedding to Miss Mary Margaret Burns of Brown wood who is also a UT ex-student, gradu ating from Howard Payne this spring.
Frank Kell Cahoon (BS '57) is now an inde pendent operator in Midland. He, his wife, and two children like Midland very much.
Dean L. Callender (BS '56, MA '58) is a geologist for the California Oil Company living at 3605 N.W. 24th in Oklahoma City.
Richard A. Campbell (MA '59) is a geologist for Union Oil Company of California lo cated in Lafayette, Louisiana. He, his wife and two sons are living at 118 Shady Crest.
Joel C. Carlisle (MA '55) is employed by Standard Oil Company of Texas as a Staff Geologist in Midland doing subsurface and stratigraphic studies in the Midland Basin. He is also serving as Chairman of the Pennsylvanian Lexicon of Stratigraphic Names Committee.
Dwight E. Cassell (BS '55, MA '58) is Pro duction Geologist with Humble Oil & Re fining Company in Corpus Christi. He is working in Field Development and Mapping in Southwest Texas. He states
that he and Linda had a wonderful time while attending the International Geo-
logical Congress in Copenhagen last sum mer.
Mrs. John (Louise Green) Chapman (BA '56) is a housewife living at 253 Lening in Corpus Christi. She has been co-chairman for the American Cancer Society house-to house fund raising and education drive in Corpus Christi.
Joe W. Christie (BS '58) is an Assistant County Attorney in El Paso. He finished law school in January 1961, took his Bar Examination in March, and went to work with El Paso County in April. He is presently residing at 1014 A Avalon.
John W. Clark (BS '58) is a B-52 Co-Pilot in the U.S. Air Force living at 138 F. Street, N.W. in Ephrata, Washington.
Joseph C. Clark (BS '57, MA '59) is con tinuing his graduate work at Stanford Uni versity working on the territory of the Coast ranges, planning to begin a twelve month tenure in June under a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship. He and Shirley enjoyed seeing Mr. and Mrs. Ed Owen when they were at Stanford participating in the School of Minerals Sciences lecture program.
D. B. Clutterbuck (MA '58) continues as a geologist for Shell Oil Company in Corpus Christi working valley geology. After spending four months in Houston last summer he transferred back to Corpus Christi in September and moved his family into their new house at 729 Crestview Drive in February.
Gordon Earl Coe (BS '53, LLB '60) is with the Legal Department of the State Board of Water Engineers doing administrative law and investigation. He reports the ad dition of a new son, Wayland Newton, in October, 1960. He, Jo Anne, and their two sons are presently living at 1410 W. 29th in Austin.
James W. Collins (BS '56) is a geologist for Tidewater Oil Company at 1235 Commerce Building in New Orleans.
Glenn Lee Corrigan (BA '55) is presently regional manager for F. E. Compton and Company in Houston.
Arthur S. Cramer, Jr. (BS '57) is senior com puter in the Producing Department of Texaco, Inc. in Amarillo. Their daughter, Joan Elizabeth, is now 3 years old and another child is on the way. They have recently purchased a new house at 3722 Cimarron.
Paul Crumpler (BS '57) reports from Wichita Falls that he is a geologist for the T. F. Hunter Estate. He and Barbara have four children and "hope this is the end."
Thomas A. Cullinan (BS '55) is a geologist for the Honolulu Oil Corporation in Mid land.
Larry J. Darnall (BS '58) continues as a