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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1897)
Til K H KS P K K I A N
Prof. Barbour, atteuded the recent
meeting of the American Geological As
sociation, held at Washington. His
friends are congratulating him on his
election to membership in the Aassocia
tion. Call on Westeriield, the pioneer barber.
Prof. T. M. liodgman will give a re
ception to the College settlement com
mittee. Saturday night.
Kans. & Neb. Fuel Co. 1008 0 Street.
Anions University students who will
feed at the public crib, are Henry Green
nVltl and George liammang. The form
er w.-is elected bookkeeper of the Senate,
Hit latter door-keeper of the House.
Vterfield, the student's barber. 117
The English Club will meet with Miss
Bruuerat 44o N. 13th street, Saturday
133u 0 street. Jas. Kolbach custom
Prof. Luekey will lecture before the
Teachers Association at St. Paul, Neb.,
'an. 8 mid 9.
Just received. All sizes and widths of
J; "i- gymnasium shoes. Foot Form
More, 12KJ () street.
Chancellor MaeLeau is attending a
Meeting of the College presidents of the
AonliwfistL'ni states, held at Madison,
Prof. FjI1K addressed the class in
lHjdagogy on -Methods of Teaching His
l00 m High Schools." A number be
Mrtes the Hass were privileged to hair
" of the most elaborate talks given in
eitWyU Gat to Kvo or ,ive to eat In
11 ami' p e gS t0, ereliants Dining Hall,
up ' eaLs Mt J,M honr from 10(i
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin of the De
nation 1S' uttem,ed tho Anchor's asso-
The monthly report of the College
Settlement Committee, was submitted to
the board of control last week. The re
port shows commendable progress and
activity in every detail of the work.
G. H. Rose, was elected assistant in
the Grand Island High school this week.
G. II. graduated from that school in '92
and has just completed enough work here
to get his degree.
C. M. Barr, was recently elected Prin
cipal of the Litchfield high school. Litch
field is to bo congratulated on getting
such an efficient man for the place. C.
M.'s many University friends reirret to
loose one of our best students but we
wish him every success in his new work.
H. H. Iloldeu '91 College of Law, now
attorney at Idaho Falls, Idaho, was
recently married 10 the daughter of tho
Judge of that ptaee. A host of Univer
sity friends unite in congratulating Harry
upon the fact that far beyond his hopes
as outlined in the old debates in Union
Hall, he has secured a partner who com
bines those rare graces of beauty and
Mr. Harmon '9(5, was married Dec. 25,
to Miss Peail Shell of Beatrice. Uni
versity friends congratulate Mr. and Mrs.
Harmon and wish them a happy new
Whether Maceo is dead or alive cuts
no figure at Leighton's, 1123 0 street.
They sell fine stationery, books, toilet
goods, etc. The best goods for the least
money is their motto.
Miss Ora Seely of Nebraska City, was
visiting University friends last week.
Prof. F. M. Fling was unanimously
elected president of the Association of
the Nebraska Teachers of History and
Mr. Crabtre was retained in the office of
secretary. The session was one of the
most successful and prospering of all the
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