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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1894)
'90. T. L. Hall visited University peo
ple last week.
'93. Ned Brown has been admitted to
the bar at Grant, Nob.
'92. Bruce Yates is surveying in Mon
tana in the interests of the B. & M.
:87. Dr. Dean T. Smith was married
about January 1st at Jackson, Mich.
'93. E. A. Pollard was looking after his
interests at the University a few days ago.
'93. Juergen Albers has gone to Mon
tana with a corps of B. & M. surveyors.
'93. Miss Yesta Gray is the lively secre
tary of the Women's Literary club at Fre
'90. Rev. W. L. Marsh is teaching in
the Congregational Theological school at
'90. Miss Jessie Wolf, who is teaching
at Butte, Montana, will return to Lincoln in
about a week.
'92. T. F. A. Williams will deliver the
Decoration Day oration at Shelby, Iowa,
his old home,
'93. Miss Abbie Burns, who is teaching
modern languages in the York college, was
the guest of Miss Nellie Falkner not long
'93. H. S. Lord was handshaking around
the University last week. He has gone to
Montana where ho is employed in railroad
'90. The announcement of the engage
meut of T. H. Marsland to Miss Ruby J. G.
Jones, was recently made in the Lincoln
'84. Rev. R. L. Marsh, who is a Con
grogational minister at Wichita, Kan., visited
friends in Lincoln recently. He is working
up a company to go to Africa in about two
Ten dollar line of suits at Browning King
Browning King & Co. have the agency
for Youman's Hats.
Messrs. Sutton, Paine and Carr joined the
Delian society a week ago.
The Cameo club hold its last meeting for
this year Tuesday evening.
For the best of everything in the drug
lino call at Chas. McKennoy's, 1225 O St.
Compitition drill will take place on the 26
of the month just before the cadets go to
Five of our girls went out and aired their
voices in a mission Sunday school last
John Kuhns and A. W. Seville spent a
few days in Omaha last week, celebrating
The Kansas-Nebraska debate committee
will soon have a set of rules formed to sub
mit to the student body.
Hon. W. H. Mungor of Fremont, de
livered a course of ten lectures before the
Senior class on "Corporations."
Browning King & Co. , use better mater
ial in their clothing and better workmanship
than any other house in the west.
Skirmish drill was one of the features of
last week. They say the people of west
Lincoln were somewhat frightened.
The Delian and Palladian socieries ad
journed Friday night, as they wanted to see
the Union boys do Up those Cotnor people.
Some of the speakers of the mass meeting
Monday afternoon did themselves proud,
and had not arranged prepared speeches
The Senior class are preparing a German
play for class day. This is something new
and no doubt they will prove themselves
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