The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for March, 1943
HENRY M. MCCLASKEY, Centre '14, and JAMES G. NOONAN, JR., Centre '25
Win promotions on staff of Louisville, Ky., Courier-Journal
HENRY MORRISON MCCLASKEY, Centre '14, and JAMES GARRETT NOONAN, JR., Centre '25,
both of whom have had long and successful careers with the Louisville, Ky., CourierJournal, have received recent promotions. Brother McClaskey, who has been associated
with the newspaper for 23 years, was upped from advertising director to assistant
general manager, and Brother Noonan succeeded to the advertising directorship. He
has been in the paper's advertising department for nineteen years.
years for its fine quality. It is generally accepted
as standard where fire brick is required. Brother
Paterson recently called on some of his Philadelphia Phi friends while in the city on business.
He was active in the Alumni several years
ago when he represented his company in the
Eastern District and maintained offices in Philadelphia.
WALTER WARREN WHETSTONE, Penn State '15, as-
sumed the duties of District Manager in the
Eastern Pennsylvania Department of the Reliance Life Insurance Company of Pittsburgh
about the first of the year. In this capacity
Brother Whetstone is directly under an old college friend, Jordan Gauthier, who is Manager
of the Eastern Pennsylvania Department.
Brother Whetstone is a former president of
the Philadelphia Alumni club and has been active in alumni affairs for many years. For three
years after his graduation from Penn State College he served with the British Army in their
Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force and was located in India. His assignment to the British
forces was made by the International Y.M.C.A.
which he joined upon leaving college. His stories
relating some of his war experiences in India
are most interesting. One in particular has to
do with meeting a Penn State Phi in a British
Hospital in a small Indian city. He was nearly
gone from tropical fever but the call from a
Brother Phi came just at a critical time and he
recovered. Today that Phi is prominent in our
war work in Washington.
For the past eight years Brother Whetstone
has been General Agent for the Standard Life
Insurance Company of Pittsburgh. Since his return from the first World War he has been in
the Life Insurance business in Philadelphia' and
is well known in insurance circles. His new offices
are at 2310 in the i6i6 Walnut Building. His
home is at 7214 Emlen Street, Chestnut Hill,