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ly in exploration and production in the Appalachian Basin. James A. Webb (BA '30) continues as Presi dent of Pozo Corporation in Dallas. James D. Webb (BS '52), District Geologist for Monsanto Company in Midland, has three boys, ages 7-11, and a girl 13, James says he enjoys living and working in the Permian Basin. Sam N. Webb (BA '38, MA '42) continues as a Consultant and Independent in Houston. He writes: "Family still consists of one 16-year-old boy who is allergic to work, three girls from 14 to 10 who are non-al legic to boys, and one 5-year-old boy who is allergic to baths." Nelson E. Webernick (MA '52) is employed as Senior Staff Geologist for Marathon Oil Company in Findlay, Ohio. Albert W. Weeks (PhD '41) continues as Staff Geologist for the Sun Oil Company in Phil adelphia, Pennsylvania. Charles G. Weiner (BA '48), who moved to Houston last July, reports his home burned on New Year's Day. He says that Mrs. Edd Turner suggested that perhaps they did cook those blackeyed peas a bit more than necessary! No one was hurt in the fire, however. Charles is Partner in the Texas Crude Oil Company. Frank A. Welder (BS '49), Geologist-Hydrol ogist with the USGS, Water Resources Di vision in Denver, Colorado, is studying geohydrology of the Green River Forma tion in Piceance Basin, northwest Colorado. He reports the wife and three "kids" are healthy and happy and that the family will be back-packing on the high trails when the snow goes. H. P. (Pat) Wells, Jr. (BA '40) is an Inde pendent in Abilene. Pat says his San An tonio "field" address is Yon Ormy Land & Cattle Company, Richter Farm, Noyse Road, and that all picnickers (UT) are welcome ! James L. Wells (BS '59), Captain in the U.S. Army, is presently Chief of the Marine & Terminal Section, Operations Branch, Di-
rectorate of Transportation, Ist Logistical Command in Saigon, Viet Nam. Andrew P. Werner (BS '54), Independent Geologist in Abilene, is doing geology in the Palo Dura Basin. He says he believes it will be a prolific area in a few years; the basic elements for big reserves are present as recent discoveries in Hardeman County show. Arthur J. Wessely (BS '50) is a Partner in Wessely Petroleum, Ltd. in Dallas. John S. Westmoreland (BS '59) reports: "Now have my own business and it is nice not to have to move anymore. We are enjoying living in Texas." John is Partner in the Belton Hearing Service in Waco. Ray F. Weston (BS '49, MA '51) is Geophysi cist for the Brazos Oil & Gas Company in Houston. James A. Wheeler (BA '47), Consulting Geolo gist in Houston, moved into "brighter" quarters in The Americana Building in March and welcomes anyone who can stop by for a visit. O. C. Wheeler (1916-21) is "busy attending to personal affairs" in Coral Gables, Flo rida. O. C, now retired, was formerly with International Petroleum Company, Ltd. Albert W. White (BS '41), Independent in Wichita Falls, expects to receive his BBA degree in General Business from Mid western University in May, "before get ting back in the oil business." David J. White (BS '41) is now Geologist with the Texas Water Development Board. David moved back to Austin in June, 1965, after twenty years of working in the west ern states, Arkansas, southeastern states, Central American and the Caribbean Is lands. His daughter, Patti, is attending UT and son, Douglas, plans to attend next fall. Helen Elder White (BA '56) writes from San Angelo that she's devoting all her time and energy to her two daughters, Laura Anne (5) and Susan Michelle (2%) while Frank is in Korea. She is looking forward to the spring of 1967 when they'll be together in Italy. Horace E. White, Jr. (BS '57) is President of White Producing Corporation in Abilene and is engaged in oil exploration and pro duction. He and Dale have a boy, J. B. (8) and two girls, Holly (3) and Kaylea (2). Hugh G. White, 111 (BS '52, BA '54) is Geologist for the Union Oil Company of California in Midland. He reports his "family getting bigger, older and wiser," and that he enjoyed his recent treks to the UT campus. Jane Brite Dunkle White (BA '46) is a "Domatologist" in Marfa, Texas.
Leslie P. White (BS '56) is continuing as a Production Geologist in Humbles newly reorganized Production Department in Corpus Christi. He says that the head count at the house remains unchanged, two extremely energetic boys, but by the time the Newsletter is out, their little girl ( ? ) should be here and taking over ! Ben T. Whitefield (BS '60) was transferred from Liberal, Kansas, to Anadarko Pro duction Company's Canadian subsidiary, Daheota Production Company, Ltd. in Cal gary in November, 1965, to take charge of Canadian land activities. Charles D. Whiteman, Jr. (BS '58) continues with the USGS, Water Resources Division, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Fred L. Whitney, II (BS '43) writes: "Still like to wear out rock hammers and field boots, but the mountains are getting high er. Best regards to all old friends." Fred is President of Whitney-Petracon in Boulder, Colorado. Frank M. Whittington (BS '49) is "still living in McAllen, Texas, with the same lovely wife, Jo, and three boys, Robby (14), Scott (11) and Kent (8)." Frank is Vice- President of Bentsen- Whittington Oil Company and hopes to build a new home this year if the wildcat they're now drilling hits. H. A. Whittington (BS '50) writes: "My fam ily seems to be well settled here in New Orleans to the point that they even like it. I still work for the same outfit I started with in 1950; must be a habit by now. Al ways look forward to seeing old exes." Hiram is Assistant Division Manager of Welex, Division of Halliburton Company. Mary Elizabeth Sheldon Wier (BA '43) is a third grade teacher in San Antonio. The Wiers now have three children in college: Leighton, at UT dental school; Ronald, at UT; and Vicki, at SACC. Their youngest, Max 111, is in junior high. Mary Elizabeth says she sees Bob Begeman often and he's fine. Robert B. Wightman (MA '53) works as As sistant District Exploration Manager for Humble in New Orleans. Morris S. Wiginton, Jr. (BS '59) is Structural Design Engineer with Foster Wheeler En gineering Company in Houston. He writes : "Oldest daughter, Sandra, now out of school and working for Bell Telephone Company; son Morris 111 is a junior in high school; and daughter Candy is in junior high. I think the petrochemical in dustry is great. There are a lot of geology majors in this field; out of line, maybe, but beats sittting on a well !" Roscoe C. Wilber, Jr. (BS '37) is "still super vising seismic crews in East Texas." Ros coe is Seismic Supervisor for Independent Exploration Company in Houston. He has