a married daughter and two grandchildren in Shreveport ; a son in the Marines in San Diego; a daughter at UT School of Nurs ing in Galveston; and a son at Lamar Tech. Michael Alan Wiley (BS '57, MA '63) took an indefinite leave of absence from At lantic Refining Company in Houston to come to Austin to "help Scholz Garten celebrate its 100 th Anniversary and to start on the PhD." William B. Wilkerson, Jr. (BS '65) is now a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and is in Saigon. His wife writes that he should be promoted in the fall but has not decided whether he will stay in the Army. The Wilkersons have a son, William Doyle. Addison A. Wilkinson (BS '56) was promoted to District Geological Engineer and trans ferred from Corpus to Shreveport, Lou isiana, by Tenneco Oil Company. The Wilkinsons have a new daughter, Eliza beth Janet, born August 26, 1965. Arthur B. (Bo) Williams, Jr. (BS '53) is in the USAF in Bangkok, Thailand. He writes: "Two youngsters, one of each va riety, a German Shepherd, a Siamese tom cat. Jan and I are enjoying life in Bang kok. It gets cold here, sometimes all the way down to 60, but a fantastic never never land. We extended our tour and will be stationed here until June, 1967, so any old friends that come this way, stop by." Carroll L. Williams (BA '36) continues with Humble Oil & Refining Company in Corpus Christi. Clyde E. Williams (BS '56) is "doing explora tion work in the Tyler Basin and enjoying it." Clyde is Geologist with Humble in Tyler. James Richard Williams (BS '50) , Area Geolo gist for Standard Oil of Texas in Midland, reports "no change." Mark Williams (BS '50) is employed as Geolo gist for James F. Smith in Amarillo. Mark says "congratulations to the Geology De partment on excelent performance of duties." (Thanks, Mark!) Meryl D. Williams (BA '43) is Senior Geolo gist with Texaco in Midland. The Williams have two children, Sandra Jean and Ronny. Sandra graduated from UT in June, 1965 and married Lt. J. J. Jaros (UT '64) of the U.S. Marine Corps in San Diego, in Feb ruary, 1966. Ronny attended UT in 1964 -65, Odessa Jr. College in 1965-66, and will re-enroll at UT in the fall of 1966. Robert R. Williams (BS '54), Geologist with Humble in New Orleans, is "looking for ward to better football at Tulane now that they have a former UT coach there." F. Wayne Wilson (BA '28, MA '31) is a Geologist for John W. Mecom in Houston. Wayne writes: "Watching Angus calves grow is as satisfying lately as completing
pian Area" at the recent Southwestern Federation of Geological Societies Meeting in Fort Worth in February, 1966. The Wil sons have purchased a new home in Abi lene and have added Derrick Stone Wilson, a three-month-old future petroleum geolo gist, to their family. Richard L. Winborn (BS '55) is Senior Geolo gist with North Central Oil Corporation in Houston. James M. Windham (BS '40) is President of Windham & Sons, Inc., in Livingston, Texas. His son, J. M., Jr., graduated from UT last May and his daughter, Judy, is a freshman at Stephen F. Austin College. C. Robert Winkler, Jr. (BS '56) is Chief Geologist for Aikman Brothers in Midland. He writes: "Aikman Brothers, in conjunc tion with Gordon Knox, has formed two new companies: Mana Oil Corporation, to operate in South and West Texas through offices in Corpus Christi and Midland; and
Mana Oil, Inc., to operate in Canada with an office to be opened in Calgary about May 1. I anticipate plenty of air travel in 1966." Claud Victor Winter (MA '51) works as Unitization Geologist for Humble in New Orleans. Claud says the family is well and happy and that he's still repairing the house from "Betsy." Jan A. Winter (PhD '61) is Regional Geologist for Signal Oil & Gas Company in London, England. The Winters moved into a new home last June and have spent the rest of the year renovating it. Jan says Madeleine has been busy with selecting carpets, furni ture, drapes, and keeping track of plumb ers, masons, plasterers and carpenters and "supplying them with tea." George G. Wise (BS '50) is an Independent Geologist in Houston. Helen Patterson Withers (BA '40) is a Geolo gist for the USGS in Washington, D. C, and is engaged in the study of Mesozoic foraminifera. Helen writes: "You Texans who were not here for the blizzard of '66 (January) missed the sight of a lifetime. Twenty-four inches of snow in our front yard and shoulder-deep drifts in the back yard. Nothing new geological for this Texas ex, but I'm enjoying my USGS job and
oil wells. However, only one of these ac tivities affords a livelihood." Homer C. Wilson (BS '42) is General Man ager, Lyondell Plant, for Sinclair Petro chemicals, Inc. in Channelview, Texas. He says that petrochemical manufacturing con tines to be a booming business with ample challenges for geologists gone astray. Homer says that wife Nancy Willis Wilson (class of '42) is still around after 23 years. The Wilsons have two sons, one with Bell Telephone and the other with an engineer ing firm. James Edward Wilson, Jr. (BS '59) is an Operator for Celanese Corporation of America in Bay City, Texas. He and Doris have two children, Eddye Carol (2%) and Jimmie (1%). James Lee Wilson (BA '42, MA '44) will be leaving the Shell Development Company in September, 1966, to join the faculty of Rice University as Professor of Geology.
John E. Wilson (BS '50, MA '51), formerly with Union Producing Company, opened consulting offices in June 1965 at 3082 Humble Building in Houston. Louita Dodson Wilson (BA '40) writes: "This card caught up with me in Tokyo. Am en route to Austin from Australia to put chil dren in U.S. high schools and hopefully to begin my studies leading to the PhD in anthropology at UT. Delighted to be head ing back to the University and will see you 'ere long." Wilbur D. Wilson (MA '54) continues as Geologist for the Sun Oil Company in Roswell, New Mexico. William Feathergail Wilson (BS '60, MA '62) has moved to Midland where he is Senior Geologist for El Paso Natural Gas Com pany. Bill says he's "fascinatingly engaged in deep Delaware Basin gas exploration; it is the Middle East of North America." William W. Wilson, Jr. (BS '40), Independ ent Oil Operator in Abilene, reports "every thing about the same; oil business may be gettting a little better." Wynant S. Wilson (BS '53, PE), Independent Geologist in Abilene, presented a paper entitled "The Northeast Albany Mississip-
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