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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1897)
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r L. M oyer 1) os 'charge of some Kleetrieal
Avorlc in Philadelphia. R. 11. Graliam -secured tlie principalslrip at
Schuyler Miller, '94 -will -post and 'do "vvorlc Ai-apalioe.
tin tfhe lOnglisli Department. Miss 12va 'O'Sullivainv'ill 'teach in tlicgrades
Miss IStlft Smoyor lias secured liigli School at'Ooighton.
"work in the Superior schools. Miss Julia Wort "will load) in 'tilie grades
Miss ISva Leonard -was made Sup' t. of tlie n't Schuyler.
(Primary 'department in tlie "Wymore schools. Miss Helena Red ford -will act as assistant
'Otto 15gge lias Hie position of Sugar Ghem- principal at Plntsmontli.
ist in tlie (Root Sugar factory at Grand Island. 'Glias Knlilman -will take posfwoiTc, and as-
ID. "NY. 'Cralitreo is acting liead of the de
partment -of Pedagogy at "Wcslcyan Tnivor
sity. T. McCanby, '90, lias secured tlie nomina
tiion 'for 'County Sup't., on llie (Democratic
tidket 'in Hamilton 'Oounty.
sist in European liistory.
11. C Parmaleo is science teachor in the
Beatrice liigh school.
Miss Ida lleise may be found at the Nc
braslca 'City 'liigli school.
'Olyde 'Cooper -will act as principal of tihe
IP. J. Maguire, M. A. '90, is "wording 'on liigli scliool at IDlmyra, 'Colo,
tihe Editorial Stan' of the National Guilder, a IR. FD. Harris is now -engaged as ipr.inoipol
JSo'iOntifie Magazine ipub'lisVd in 'Chicago. 'of'tlhe "Walioo 'high soliool.
A. J. 'Weaver, '90, -was 'made eliairmanof 'G. lr. AYarron liolds a position as so'ionco
(tlhe iMroe Silver 'Republican 'Convention, ttidld teacher in the Minden liigli scliool.
in (Lincoln Sept. 'I. -J. A. Maguire was sec'y. Missus Sue TUlsbury, Mal)ol (Ridkots :and
oT (ill io iD.wiooratie 'Convention at HUie same Jennie 'Guile will 'bewhih us as post ,gradualo
Mr. 'Cortolyou Hakes tflie place of B. S. 'Gut
ter at Tlumbolt. Mr. 'Cutter will 'continue Ih'is
worlc in tlhe 'ITinivorsity.
Miss 'Grace Thompson and HI. 3. Shedd
will instruct in tlhe 'Lincoln Uiigli school land
(Dr. 'ICotchum, 'Oculist and Auiist, IRhfliards'
(1 Mock 'treats -diseases of llhe eye, ear, iiose
land'tlhroat, and is fully equipod witlh instiui
imonts for 'fitting glasses without 'l'uydriatios.
-AM 'foes 'reasonable.
Whe'Pa'lladian annual summer picnic itoo'k carry some 'university -work,
ip'laeo at 'Lincoln 'Park on the afternoon and O. (II. A'llen was nominated 'for Agister o'f
(evening of August 27tlh. A'bnut 'thirty 'wore IDwds in 'Cass -county, ihonco ihe w'ill
'in attendance. The latent store -of (Palladian
good 'humor, which had been accumulating
'during the sumunr, was all lei loose, and a
iniynl gooH 'time was 'the result. The iprrnci
ipa'l 'feature of tiheoucasion was 'tlhe Hp'lendid
(picnic supper, vliioh was spread out and
-arranged under 'tihe 'watchful supervision -of
Miss Uullook. It is very evident 'thai 'the
(Lincoln members of the society were in great
meed oi'ijiiHi Htioh a feed. Nearly three gall
ons of ice cream, an average of over a pint of
oream apiece, was consumed, besides all 'the
otlhor luxuries with which the 'tables 'wore
Hpruafl. About ten oclock, after all 'the (Pall-
Sjiend 'his time 'malting stump speeches.
Miss Maud Atkinson spent part -of Hier 'va
'cation at Yellowstone 'Park. They imado an
-overland trip and report a jjo'Hy itime.
ID. M. (Davis 'will 'toadh. I1!Io 'will Dimvo
dhargo-dftlho'boys in Mdkuisulcoy Academy,
among tlhe Semino'le (Indians, in (Tuidian 'Wor
rltory. Misses (Laura (Pfinbr and Joe YonMansfidld
'will 'both instruct in tdio 'Omalialhjgli sdhodl.
Mies (IMoihur islhond df tlhe (history dqpait-nuent.
Wui'lJniiititfi'HiH(u, tUieou'ly om'hossod ta'b'Idt
-adiaiiifuu 'had boon exhausted, and 'the 'fire nvltlh 'tlhe tOnivorsHxy -df NdbrafJIca Uotlter liuad
'WoilksHiadjgone out, all-departed ifedliugiju'bi- tto 'b:i Hind on'ly .at (KIorpdlHlioimor '& 'Go's,
nut ovor-a successful iPall. ipicnie. iHook IDp't.
Ladies Nice Dress ?Shoes sill 'tlie INew Styles $3 rOO.
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