Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, June 01, 1879, Page 141, Image 21

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    NO. (J.
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W. II. Sucll, '7U, accompanied by his
wife, attended Commencement. He is
practising law at Fail bury.
J. Stuart Dales, '7b, is Secretary of tlio
Board of Regents. Ho also serves the City
of Lincoln in the capacity of Police
W. M. Stevenson, '74, is ongaged in
agricultural pursuits, near Unadilla. lie
attended Commencement exercises.
U. H. Malick, '74, looks after the health
of the dene.ens of Bloomington and vi
cinity. Frank P. Kurd, '74, is near Sterling,
surrounded by cackling herds and lowing
hens and all the other appendages of a
first class farm.
Clarence W. Uaodcs, '70, who litis been
studying law in New York City is expect-
eil in Lincoln every day.
Miss Alice Frost, '70, has been teach
ing during the past year in Beatrice.
She is now at home resting from her la
bors. II. W. Culbcrtson, '70, is at the head or
the agricultural department oftheUnivcr
sity. Mr. Culbcrtson has been connected
with the University since his graduation.
O. K. Howard, '7(1, received the degree
of Master of Artb this Commencement.
Mr. Howard lias been Aoling-ProlV.ssor of
Logic and English Literature, for the last
six months, in his Alma Mater.
C. E. Brainard, '77, has been engaged
in teaching the young ideas &c, since
II. II. Wilson, '78, now at the head of
the Seward high school, will spend the
summer in Lincoln reading law.
A. C. Piatt '78, has also become a stu
dent of Blackstone.
E. P. Holmes, '78, has been admitted to
practice in the District Court. He claims
also the title or. T. P.
W. P. Rhodes, '78, is in Denver (Jul.
regaling his eyes with the spectacle of
snow covered peaks, while we gaze fond
ly on a dish of ice cream.
W'lyland Bailey, '78, is out on a sur
vcying expedition, getting tanufid, eating
pork, beans and slapjacks.
Miss Florance Vaughn, '78, has been in
Chicago, visiting friends.
Miss Mollio Carter, '78, is at home in
McAllister, 77,
is studying in
W. A
Munich, Germany.
' F. M. Lamberlon, '77, is in Missouri.
He is employed in a mercantile estal).
lisbmeiit there.
A. V. Field, '77, is Justice of the Peace
in Lincoln. Ho has been admitted to
practice in the Supreme Court, ami is en.
gaged in his prolession.
Will Garber attended Commencement.
C. E. Magoon will visit Minnesota
this summer with his mother.
Miss Judkins will not return next fall.
The Junior class loses a live member.
Mr. F. B. Hall and his sister Miss
Katie G. were in the city during com
mencement exercises.
G. M. Sturdevant oame up to see his
brother receive his diploma and bouquets.
George is one of the legal lights or Wa
hoo. Cards are out for the wedding of Prof.
Harrington Emerson and Miss Florance
Brooks. Send the Local's cake to his
Summer residence, Humboldt Neb.
Frank McCartney and sister and Charlie
Walbridge came up from Nebraska City to
attend Commencement. All their friends
were glad to see them, and hope they will
return to the University next term.