2, 2002, when her mother and father, Donald and Brenda Wright, and Gallia County Judge William S. INVESTIGATION: Should children be allowed to get married?Medley all gave their approval for her to marry Richard E. In Ohio, thousands do The Siders marriage is an extreme example of what is a fairly common occurrence in Ohio: Underage teen-agers getting married.1944 - The word 'POST' surrounded by an ellipse becomes the permanent logo.1946-1950 - Post resumes rebranding Hemmi slide rules, rules marked "Made in Occupied Japan".Post itself actually made no slide rules; even those rules that bore the Post brand name were manufactured by others.
Huey acquire the coating rights to Bruning products and start the Huey Company. opens a branch in San Francisco and puts Frederick's nephews, Rudolph and Victor Post in charge. 1921 Rudolph Post recruits Jim Dieterich from K&E and obtains financing for a blueprint operation from his uncle, Charles Bruning.1950 - Two character date codes appear (see Hemmi date codes).1951 - Hemmi drops the "Occupied" and marks slide rules "Made in Japan" or just "Japan".1931 to 1941 Slide rules manufactured by Hemmi Seisakusho.1932-1941 - Hemmi-manufactured rules have no date code and are marked "Made in Japan" 1942-1946 - WWII.A Dayton Daily News investigation found 4,443 girls age 17 or younger were married in Ohio between 20, including 59 who were 15 and younger.Three — including Wright — were 14, state records show.Post also sold branded slide rules from Richardson, Vicari, Boucher, Sexton, Halden, Chandler, Ritow and Winslow.See Who Actually Manufactured Frederick Post Brand Slide Rules, By Paul Ross c1890 - Frederick Post founded in Chicago to manufacture and sell drafting, engineering and surveying supplies.The Bruning boys work for another blueprint company. 1893 Frederick Post, Charles Bruning, and Jacobi form their own blueprint company in Chicago under the name Post, Jacobi, & Bruning. 1962-1975 -The numbers were converted to a 68-xxxx number series. The downloadable charts are a matrix of Dietzgen slide rules, catalogs and price lists that was compliled by Bruce Babcock, Ph. and was published in the Journal of the Oughtred Society (JOS) October 1996, Volume 5, Number 2.