Max Eversberg, Jr. (BA '29), says "same ole thing" from Albany where he is an Inde pendent Geologist. Norman Ewbank (BS '43) reports to us from Midland. George H. Falk (BS '57) says he's "still a struggling Independent in good old Cor pus." Dorman N. Farmer (BS '50) writes: "Since last we visited, Al Schoenfeld and I formed the Doal Exploration Company and are operating out of Abilene, Texas. We have a lot of hope, ideas and energy, but short on capital. ANY help would be greatly appreaciated. When in Abilene come on out to visit us at 310 North Willis Street." O. W. (Buzz) Fauntleroy (BA '48), Vice- President of Tri Oil & Gas Company in Los Angeles, report drilling nine dry holes before hitting four new producers, Art Linkletter is President of the company and Buzz says "any old buddie call when you come out and will give you the royal treatment."
face geology on the week ends. Ye olde latch string is still out for weary travelers. Keeping up with East Texas geology and enjoying the tall pines." (P.S. Walter lives at 1209 Morningside Drive, Lufkin.) Jack C. Fitzpatrick (BS '48, MA '50) is Super vising Geologist (Stratigraphy) for Con tinental Oil Company in Houston. Terence 8.. Flanagan (BS '51) writes to us from Houston where he is Senior Geophysi cist for Pan American. Robert C Floyd (BS '58) is Assistant District Attorney of Harris County in Houston. Paul J. Fly (BA '29), Consulting Geologist' in Victoria, has been re-elected Chairman of the Board of Directors, First National Bank of Goliad, Texas. Paul is engaged in ranch ing in Goliad and Uvalde Counties rais ing registered Polled Hereford cattle. The Flys hobbies are hunting and related sports. Don D. Ford, Jr. (BS '60) just returned from a four-mouth trip to Indonesia, Borneo and Singapore and says a trip to Libya is
copper and molybdenum claims they're holding. Harold Foxhall (BA '40) has been appointed manager of all inorganic geological work in the southwestern U. S. and Mexico for Dow Chmeical Company, headquartered in Houston. Leslie J. Franz (BS '40) continues as District Exploration Geologist for Gulf in Jackson, Mississippi. Bruce K. Frazee (BS '52) is Geologist for Marathon Oil Company in Corpus Christi. Donald L. Frazee (BS '55), Reserves Geologist for Southern National Gas Company in Houston, writes: "Doing the geology and mapping on company owned reserves and some development work plus trying to raise a new three-months-old baby girl turns out to be a 24-hour-a-day job. Will be antici pating the receipt of the latest Geology Newsletter." (Thanks, Don! ) William Davis Frazell (MA '35) tells us "oil is gettting hard to find." Bill is President of the W.W.F. Oil Corporation in Lafayette.
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Aurelia Timpte Fay (BA '58) presented her husband, Tom, with a blond-headed son, Shawn Joseph, on March 21, 1966. The Fays live in Harlingen. Wiley R. Feist (BS '50) is still in the "Cajun Country enjoying the shrimp and cray fish." Wiley is Oil Scout for Humble in New Orleans. William M. Felknor, Jr. (BS '58) is Techni cal Supervisor for General Cable Corpora tion in Lindsay, California. He says he's enjoying communication cable manufac turing. Gratia, Gratia A, Becky and I en joy California and the High Sierras. Bruce W. Fields (BS '51) continues as an In dependent Geologist in Corpus and reports some luck in the shallow trend. He and Mary Lois have two sons, Byron (14) and Craig (12), both of them "proven deer hunters and fishermen." Walter M. Fitzgerald, Jr. (BS '53), Geologist for Temple Industries, Inc., in Diboll, Texas, writes: "Gettting in 36 holes of sur-
scheduled next. Don is "troubleshooter" fox Milchem, Inc., International Division, in Houston. Richard R. Foster (BS '50) is Assistant-to-the- President of Dawson Geophysical Company in Midland. Leonard S. Fowler (BS '55) works as District Geologist for The Shamrock Oil & Gas Corporation in Amarillo. Elizabeth Jennings Fox (BA '62) tells us they bought a new home in Austin this past January. She says also that their daughter, Linda (2%), loves the space after living in an apartment! Hewitt B. Fox (BA '47, BS '48, MA '48) , Part ner in Miller & Fox in Corpus, reports they have now become an international opera tion with mines in Mexico in addition to their oil and gas exploration and produc tion in Texas. They are presently mining and milling principally silver, lead, zinc ores with some copper and gold values, but in time plan to start working mercury,
James C. Freeman (BS '43) is an Independent in Corpus Christi. Kenneth A. Freeman (BS '58) is President of Coastal Bend Distributing Company in Corpus Christi. Ken quit Anadarko Pro duction as Drilling Engineer and organized the C.B.D.C, which is the Hamms Beer distributor for the surrounding three coun ties. Ken says sales look very promising and would appreaciate support from every one! Tom Freeman (PhD '62), Assistant Professor of Geology at the University of Missouri in Columbia, is teaching principles of geology and carbonate petrology. He plans to work petrography and biostratigraphy of type Sylamore this summer on a Uni versity research grant and will attend the Appalachian Summer Conference in mid- June. He reports Peg, Tom and Rob "are just great." W. Merle Freeman (MA '50) continues as Dis trict, Development Geologist for Phillips in Denver.