The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for May, 1943
of purification of water. His title later was
changed to that of superintendent of water purification.
ABEL MALONE WINBURN, Georgia Tech '23, died
unexpectedly at his home in Glencoe, 111., June
20, 1942. He is survived by his wife, Barbara
M. Winburn, and two children.
E. GLENWOOD PEARCE, Syracuse '08, died following a heart attack at his home in Hollywood,
Calif., February 10.
ROBERT EDMONDS, Whitman
CHARLES DUNCAN ROSE, Oregon State '21, Moun-
tain Home, Idaho, deceased.
lisher of the Lincoln, Neb., Star, died at his home
March at the age of 64. Brother Throop was
also vice-president and director of the Lee Syndicate which operates newspapers in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Illinois.
RUSSELL TAYLOR GWYN, Butler
'23, died June
16, 1934, in Indianapolis.
March 4, 1943, in Rochester, N.Y.
JOHN PORTER LACEY, Union '14, died December
ALAN DUNCAN CALHOUN, Washington (St. Louis)
20, 1942, at Rochester, N.Y. He was born July 27,
1893, at Highland, Ulster County, N.Y. In 1910
he entered Union College and was graduated
with the degree of Civil Engineering in the class
of 1914. He saw active service in World War I
and was commissioned a first lieutenant in the
Field Artillery. For the past seven years he had
been sales manager of the Pfaudler Company of
Rochester, N.Y. Brother Lacey was a 32nd degree
Mason. Surviving are his mother, his wife and
'29, died in December, 1942, in St. Louis, Mo.
EUGENE CARL ROEMELE, Centre
RALPH HARROLD, Ohio Wesleyan
Charleston, Ohio, deceased.
WILLIAM RENICK HUCHEY, Miami '00, Charleston,
JAMES ROY JAMISON, Miami '02, died in November, 1942.
SHERMAN JOHN MCQUEEN, Wisconsin '11, prom-
inent in business and civic circles of Monrovia,
Calif., died November 11, aged 56. He was an
engineer, having several important construction
projects to his credit in the middle west.
EARL FISHER BRIDGES, Iowa State '06, Oklahoma
City, Okla., deceased.
LOREN GARRED DAVIS, Ohio State '23, South Bend,
WILLIAM EDWIN DOUGLASS, Knox '12, died Novem-
ber 6, 1942, at Wellsburg, W.Va., where for some
years he had been manager of the Panhandle
division of the Monongahela-West Penn Public
Service Co. He was born April 29, 1890, in Elmwood, 111. After leaving Knox he attended the
University of Arkansas where he specialized in
electrical engineering. Surviving are his widow,
a daughter, and two sons.
HOWARD BALKER WERNER, Washington (St. Louis)
FLOYD WINFIELD DERRINGER, Williams '28, Stone-
ridge, N.Y., deceased.
CHARLES MORTON WEBBER, Oregon '34, Eugene,
JOHN DAVID HAMLY, Oregon '37, Pendleton, Ore.,
CLARENCE BAHLMAN, Cincinnati '04, superinten-
dent of the Cincinnati, Ohio, filtration plant, died
April 6. He was 61.
Brother Bahlman began working for the city
of Cincinnari in 1911, when he became chief
chemist of the Board of Health. In 1918 he entered the waterworks as bacteriologist in charge
October 4, 1942, in Seattle, Wash.
FRANK DWIGHT THROOP, Iowa Wesleyan '99, pub-
died in August, 1940, at Toledo, Ohio.
CHARLES A. COOK, Michigan '71, died January
denly at his home in Minneapolis March 12.
Only a week previous to his death Brother
Pomeroy had attended the Minneapolis Founders Day dinner at which time he appeared to
be in the best of health. He was a prominent
attorney of the city.
THOMAS BOULT, Lafayette
HARRY HERBERT ELLIOTT, Colorado College "22,
DONALD LANE POMEROY, Minnesota '16, died sud-
since 1923 treasurer of the Board of Home Missions of the Congregational and Christian
churches, died March 19 at Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
He was 57.
JAMES CHARLES ZIEGLER, Pennsylvania
more, Pa., deceased.
JOHN ROPP CALDER, Wooster '86, veteran Toledo,
Ohio, attorney, deceased.
IN COELO QUIES EST