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THE. : HESPERIAN
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The following arc tlio members of the class of '98:
C. E.Anderson, A. H. Andrews, Theodora Auman,
William Ailing, E. D. Banghart, C. E. Barber, Jen
nie Barber, P. J. Barron, Ethel Beattio, A. T. Bell,
L. J. Belknap, E. A Bessey, Annie Betts, A. A.
Bischof, Alice Bross, J. It. Burleigh, Geo. Burger,
R A. Campbell, Edua'""nscadden, Oda Closson, F.
C. Uooloy, S. J. Corey, ltachcl Corr, Mrs. Julia
Crewitt, Cora Cropsoy, Mabel Cushman, It. H.
Cushman, I. S. Cutter, E. It. Davenpqrt, G. A.
Davies, A. E. Davisson, Carrie Day, A. L. Deal,
Mabel Dempster, Ada DuBois, C. L. Erb, H. S
Evans, Jane Faruham. C. A. Fibber, H. F. Gage,
Frances Gere, A. A. Gilman, Lucy Green, G. E.
linger, E.Joanna Hagey, It. W. Haggard', W. L.
Halstcad, W. S. Heitziuan, Chas Heudj, E A.
Henry, Margaret E. Henry, Fauuio Hewitt, M. E.
Hiltner, J. C Hitchman, W. T. H.rue, F. B. Hum
phry, M. A. Hyde, Mary, Jackson, C. It. Jeffords,
A. L. Keith, Geo. E. Kindler, W G. Kintou, Helen
Lang r, Jessie B. Lansing, W. H. Lehman, Jonas
Lieu, 1 D Lunn, Anna Lytic. Mary McGahey, V.
L. McKay, O. 11 Martin, L E. Meliza, Mabel Met
calf, 0. W. Meier, E. A. Moore, C. C. Morrison, E.
R. Morrison, It. S. Mueller, Srlina Nuren, H. B.
Noyos, U. S. Parker, L. V. Patch, lt. B. Payue, J.
E. Pearson, S. W. Pinkerton, Edua Polk, D. I Pope,
G. N. Porter, Jeieuiiali Kebmau, O. T. Reedy,Bello
Reynolds, F. T Riley, C. B. Robbing. I F. Roddy,
Ellen Rooney, J. N Rohrbaugh, Mary Russell, r
W. Rusell, J. A. Savtlle, E. B. bawyer, Eliza
Seherzcr, Edith Swaitz, Anna Sidle, Sat ah Smitb,C
L. Spencer, Gertrude Stewart, H. B. Stewart, C. L.
Stone, Mary Sullivan, Manila Lundean, H O. Sut
ton, C. W. Taylor, R. W. 'I liatcher, C. H. True, Jean
Tuttle, E. E. Tyli-r, Mercy Walker, Hannah Wal
lace, J. A. Warren, C. W. Wvekd, Lela Wliceler,
S. A. White, E A. Wiggiuhoru,F. E. Wiggins,
E. G. Wilkiuson, Lisle Wilkiuson, Blossom Willi
iamsou. Veda Wilson, W. W. WoUe.Mary Woodford,
June nth, Suuduy Baccalaureate Sermon.
June 6th, Monday Field Day. 8 p. m. Annual
Address before the College of Law.
June 7th, Tuesday Class Day. 10 a. ni. Class
Play. 8 p. m. - Commencement Concert
Juno 8th, Wednesday Alumni Day. 10.. m. to
2 p. m. Class Reunion. 2 p. m. Phi Beta Kappa
Address. 8. p. m. Alumni Address.
Juno tttb, Thursday Twenty-sixth Annual Com
mencement. 10t..l2n. m. Commencement Ora
tion, Lyman Abbott. Conferring of Degrees. J to
1:30 p. m. Alumui Reunion. 1:30 to 5 p, m.
Alumni Dinner. 8. p. m.-Class Fets.
Jasper Hunt '90 recently mnrried Miss
Ella Hall of Bennett. Mr. Hunt has for the
pas two years been principal of the Palmyra
schools. The bride has been a teacher in the
Cheney schools the past year.
The Unions have elected the following
officers: President, Martha Chappell; vice
president, Perse Morse: secretary, C. J. Piatt;
treasurer, Eva McCune; corresponding secre
tary, G. C- Howard; sergcant-at-arms, J. J.
A number of the students of the American
History department went down to the B. &
M. station Wednesday afternoon to bid Prof.
Caldwell good-bye. No university instructor
is more popular among his students than the
The joint meeting of the Y. M. C. A. and
Y. W. C. A. was led Sunday afternoon by Dr.
and Mrs. Hastings. The subject was "Mex
ico." Dr. Hastings has spent several months
there studying the condition of the people and
their need of Christian influence. The meet
ing proved very profitable.
The Nebraska section of the American
chemical association will hold a regular meet
ing the evening of May 31, in room 12 of the
Chemical laboratory. Prof. E. H. S. Bailey,
of Kansas University, will address the society.
Following the address the society will give its
The local cliaptcr of the Phi Beta Kappa
met Wednesday night and elected new officers
and new members from the senior class. The
officers are: President, Dr. C. E. Bessey; vice
president, Prof. Lawrence Fossler; secretary,
IT. C. Peterson; corresponding secretary, Miss
Louise Pound; member of the executive com
mittee, Miss Henry.
New Patriotic pieces 19 cents each.
America Forever, Song
America Forever, two step
Heroes Who Sank With the Mains
Wreck of the Battle Ship Maine
What Did Dewey Do to Them
For Countrj' Dear
Pride of the American Navy
Wo Are Coming, Uncle Billy.
Colored Wall Maps of World and U. S., 10c.
Colored Pictures, American Navy, 10c
Art & Music Dep't, Herpolsheimer & Co.
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