Information on Graduates
KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
(Kansas State University)
1867, 1871-1913
(from a book published in in 1914)

1898-1900 GRADUATES


 
 
The following text was transcribed from the book:

RECORD OF THE ALUMNI OF THE KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
(Manhattan, Kan. : Kansas State Agricultural College, Department of Printing, 1914)

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Graduates

ARRANGED BY CLASS YEAR

Maiden names of women appear in (parentheses)

1898


--- ADAMS, Emory Sherwood, B. S., First Lieutenant, Fifteenth U. S. Infantry, Tientsin, China. Soldier, U. S. A. and Insular Possessions, 1898- Guard of Government Railways of North China, Linsi, Chible Province, 1913-
--- ADAMS, Joshua William, B. S., Superintendent of Plains Sub-Station, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Farmer and Ranchman, 1898-'10; Superintendent of Plains Sub-Station, 1910-
--- ADAMS, Samuel John, B. S., Ranchman, Windland Ranch, R. 1, Arapahoe, Colo. General Secretary of Y. M. C. A., K. S. A. C., 1899-'02; Ranchman, 1902---; County Surveyor, 1911-'12.
--- ALLISON, Thomas Walter, B. S., Farmer, R. 1, Florence, Kan. Farmer and Fruit Grower, 1898-
--- ANDERSON, William, M. S., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan College of Mines, 140 Hubbell Ave., Houghton, Mich. Assistant in Mathematics, K. S. A. C., 1899-'03; Instructor in Physics and Electrical Engineering, ibid., 1903-'06; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarters, 1900-'05; Instructor in Physics and Mathematics, Michigan College of Mines, 1906-'10; Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1910-'11; Instructor in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Michigan College of Mines, 1911-'12; Assistant Professor of mechanical Engineering, ibid., 1912-
--- (BAYLESS) STAVER, Jessie Geneva, B. S., Housewife, R. 1, Boone, Colo. At Home, Yates Center, Kan., 1898-'03; Housewife, 1903-
--- (BRADY) ANDERSON, Hope, B. S., Housewife, 140 Hubbell Ave., Houghton, Mich. Teacher, Riley County, Kansas, 1898-'00; Teacher, City Schools, Manhattan, Kan., 1900-'02; Teacher, Liberal, Kan., 1902-'06; Teacher, Pottawatomie County, Kansas, 1906-'08; Housewife, 1908-
--- BROWN, Robert Henry, B. S., Assistant Professor of Music, K. S. A. C., 331 N. Seventeenth St., Manhattan, Kan. Special Student, Chicago Musical College, 1898-'00; Instructor in Violin and Band Instruments, K. S. A. C., 1900-'05; Assistant Professor of Music, and Director of Orchestra, ibid., 1905-
--- BUTTERFIELD, Earl Carver, B. S., Assistant Horticulturist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Arlington Farm, Rosslyn, Va. Fruit Grower, Millbrook, N. Y., 1898-'02; Office of Horticulturist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1902-'04; Superintendent Arlington Farm, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1904-
--- CONOVER, John Alfred, B. S., Manager Naval Academy Dairy Farm, R. 1, Annapolis, Md. Herdsman, K. S. A. C., 1898-'99; Creamery Work, 1900; Dairy Farm Management, 1900-'02; Student, Iowa Agricultural College, 1902-'05; In Charge of Dairy Extension Work, North Carolina, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1905-'11; Manager, Naval academy Dairy Farm, 1911-
--- COPELAND, Minnie Laura, B. S., With Hotpoint Electric Company, 10 W. Ninety-eighth St., New York, N. Y. Teacher Riley County, Kansas, 1898-'00; Student, Chicago Homeopathic Training School for Nurses, Chicago, Ill., 1900-'02; General Nurse, 1902-'12; At Home, New York City, 1912; With Hotpoint Electric Company, 1913-
--- (COTTRELL) POTTORF, Lucy Maria, B. S., Housewife, R. 1, Riley, Kan. At Home, 1898-'99; Housewife, 1899-
--- (DAHL) DAVIS, Anna Magdalena, B. S., Housewife, R. 8, Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, Jewell County, Kansas, 1898-'01; Student in Lindsborg (Kansas) Conservatory of Music, 1891-'92; Teacher, 1892-'93; Housewife, 1893-
--- DAHL, Inga Josephine, B. S., Teacher, R. 1, Montrose, Kan. Teacher, Rural and City Schools, Jewell County, Kansas, 1898-
--- DILLE, Cassie Belle, B. S., Stenographer, Meriden Creamery Company, 3025 Woodland Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Teacher, Riley County, Kansas, 1899; Student, Business College, Kansas City, Mo., 1900; Stenographer, Forest Park Creamery Company, Ottawa, Kan., 1901-'03; Stenographer, Meriden Creamery Company, Kansas City, Mo., 1903-
--- DOLL, Emma Phillipine, B. S., Teacher, Box 532, Larned, Kan.
--- (EWALT) BROWN, Cora Elizabeth, B. S., Housewife, 331 N. Seventeenth St., Manhattan, Kan.
--- FARLEY, Guy Francis, B. S., Agent, Equitable Life Insurance Society, 358 Empire Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Grain and Live Stock Dealer, 1898-'02; Student, Emerson College, Boston, 1902-'05; Farmer, Melvern, Kan., 1905---; Agent, Equitable Life Insurance Society, Seattle, Wash.
--- (FINLEY) RIDENOUR, Mary Louise, B. S., Housewife, Corvallis, Ore.
--- FROWE, Arthur Lorenzo, B. S., Died in 1904.
--- HALL, William Logan, M. S., Forester and Farmer, 917 Sixteenth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. R. 3, Hancock, Md. Assistant Horticulturist, K. S. A. C., 1898-'99; Assistant Superintendent of Tree Planting, U. S. Division of Forestry, 1899-'01; Superintendent of Tree Planting, U. S. Bureau of Forestry 1901-'05; Assistant Forester, U. S. Forest Service, in Charge Branch of Products, 1905-'10; Assistant Forester, U. S. Forest Service, in Charge of Acquisition of National Forests in the Appalachian Mountains, 1911---; Proprietor Forest Hill Fruit Farm, Hancock, Md., 1911-
--- (HANSON) HIGINBOTHAN, Anna Viola, B. S., Housewife, Manhattan, Kan.
--- HARDY, Walter Eugene, B. S., Merchant, Grant's Pass, Ore.
--- HARVEY, James Madison, B. S., Farmer, R. 1, Ogden, Kan.
--- HOFFMAN, Emmett Vivian, B. S., Sales Manager, The Kansas Flour Mills Company, 2104 Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. Salesman, The C. Hoffman & Sons Milling Co., 1898-'03; Manager, The C. Hoffman & Sons Milling Co., 1903-'12; Sales Manager, The Kansas Flour Mills Company, 1912--
--- HULETT, Guy Dudley, B. S., D. O., Instructor, Kirksville, Mo., 1900-'04. Died in 1904.
--- INGRAM, Bertha Emma, B. S., At Home, Barnes, Kan.
--- (JOHNSON) BUTTERFIELD, Ary Cordelia, B. S., Housewife, 3821 Morrell Ave., Kansas City, Mo. At Home, Russell County, Kansas; Stenographer and Bookkeeper, St. Louis and Kansas City; Housewife, 1904-
--- KING, Charles Percy, B. S., Purchasing Agent, Longville Lumber Company, Longville, La. Lumber Business, Columbus, Kan., 1898-'99; Yellow Pine, La., 1899-'01; Chanute, Kan., 1901-'05; Baxter Springs, Kan., 1905-'07; Eubanks, Okla., 1907-'12; Longville, La., 1912-
--- (LOCKE) NOBLE, Bessie May, B. S., Housewife, 407 Colorado St., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, Riley County, Kansas, 1898-'01; Housewife, 1901-
--- LONG, Olive, B. S., Died in 1902.
--- MCCULLOUGH, William Andrew, M. D., Physician, Delavan, Kan. Medical Student, 1898-'02; Physician, Linwood, Kan., 1902-'03; Proprietor and Manager, Telephone Plant, Herington, Kan., 1903-'05; Physician, Delavan, Kan., 1905-
--- (MANCHESTER) ALLISON, Inez Isadore, B. S., Housewife, R. 1, Florence, Kan.
--- MARTIN, Florence Adelia, B. S., Died in 1901.
--- MARTIN, Henry Alba, B. S., Farmer, Admire, Kan. Creameryman, Admire, Kan., 1898-'06; Farmer, Admire, Kan., 1906-
--- MELTON, Alice Maude, B. S., Clerk and Stenographer, Chemistry Department, K. S. A. C., 804 Moro St., Manhattan, Kan. Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1898-'99; Clerical Assistant, Chemistry Department, K. S. A. C., 1899-'01; Clerk and Stenographer, Chemistry Department, K. S. A. C., 1901-
*--- MENKE, George Gerkein, B. S., Stock Breeder, Garden City, Kan.
*--- MINIS, Mary Frances, B. S., Bookkeeper for Etna Building and Loan Association, Y. W. C. A., Topeka, Kan.
--- (MOORE) DAKIN, Mae, B. S., Housewife, 1147 N. Emporia Ave., Wichita, Kan. Housewife, Wichita, Kan., 1898-
--- (NICHOLS) DONOHOO, Harriet Grace, B. S., Housewife, 703 Monroe St., Tucumcari, New Mex. Teacher, 1899-'00; Drug Clerk, Teacher, Printer, 1901-'03; Housewife, 1903---; Deputy Probate Clerk, and Ex-Officio Recorder for Quay County, New Mexico, 1907-'12; Past Matron and Past Grand Marshall, Order Eastern Star; State Organizer of Mothers' Clubs and Parent-Teacher Associations, 1911-'13; Member of School Patrons' Committee, N. E. A., for New Mexico; Member of Board of Education, Tucumcari, 1913-
--- NICHOLS, Schuyler, M. D., Physician, Herington, Kan. Physician, Liberal, Kan., 1901-'05; Physician, Herington, Kan., 1905-
--- PARKS, Lucy Junie, B. S., Teacher, Hominy, Okla. Teacher, Manhattan, Kan., 1899-'08; Teacher, Hominy Okla., 1908--.
--- PATTEN, Ernest Byron, B. S., Grain Dealer, Carthage, S. Dak. Farmer, 1898-'00; Student, Dairy Course, K. S. A. C., 1900-'01; Creameryman, California, 1901 (March to October); Buyer for Grain Company, 19010-'05; Assistant Cashier, State Bank of Carthage, 1905-'07; Manager Grain Firm, Patten & Welch, 1907-
--- (PERRY) THOMAS, C. Jeanette, B. S., Housewife, 2812 Wright Ave., Racine, Wis. Assistant in Printing Department, K. S. A. C., 1898-'99; Executive Clerk, K. S. A. C., 1899-'05; Housewife, Harrisburg, Pa., 1905-'10; Housewife, Racine, Wis., 1910-
--- (PFUETZE) SAMUEL, Emilie Matilda, B. S., Housewife, 523 Fremont St., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, 1898-'00; Cashier and Bookkeeper, Manhattan, Kan., 1900-'06; Housewife 1906-
--- PIERCE, John Martin, B. S., Farmer, Berger, Idaho. Fruit Grower, Geyserville, Cal., 1898-'11; Farmer, Berger, Idaho, 1911-
--- POND, Raymond H., Ph. D., University of Michigan, 1902; Teacher, Maryland Agricultural College, 1901; Teacher, High School at Sterling, Ill., 1902-'04; Teacher, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., 1904-'07; Teacher, College Station, Texas, 1909-'11; Student, Bonn, Leipsic, 1907-'08; New York City, U. S. Biological Survey, 1908-'09; Analyzed Plants at Put-in-Bay, two summers; Studied in Botanical Gardens, Bronyx Park, two summers. Died in 1911.
--- POOLE, William, B. S., Farmer and Cattle Breeder, R. 6, Manhattan, Kan. Farmer and Cattle Breeder, Manhattan, Kan., 1898-
--- POPE, Willis Thomas, B. S., Superintendent of Public Instruction, Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. Wholesale Fruit Business and Superintendent of Orchards, Eureka, Kan., 1899-'00; Professor of Horticulture, National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa., 1901-'02; Instructor in Agriculture and Nature Study, Territory Normal School, Honolulu, 1902-'04; Vice-Principal and Director of Science Department, ibid., 1905-'06; Acting Dean of College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Territory of Hawaii, 1908; Professor of Botany and Horticulture, College of Hawaii, 1909; Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1910-
--- (REED) PIERCE, Nora May, B. S., Housewife, Berger, Idaho. Teacher, Genoa, Ill., 1898-'00; Housewife, Geyserville, Cal., 1900-'11; Housewife, Berger, Idaho, 1911-
*--- RHODES, Gertrude Elizabeth, B. S., At Home, 319 Colorado St., Manhattan, Kan.
--- ROGLER, Henry William, B. S., Farmer, Bazaar, Kan. Farmer, 1898-
--- RUMOLD, Ferdinand John, B. S., Farmer and Stockman, R. 6, Abilene, Kan. Farmer and Stockman, 1898-
--- SANDERSON, Martin Wilbur, B. S., Farmer and Stock Raiser, R. 1, Cedar Vale, Kan. Farmer, 1898-'01; Deputy County Surveyor, Marshall County, Kansas, 1900-'01; County Surveyor, Marshall County, Kansas, 1901-'09; City Engineer, Marysville, Kan., 1901-'09; Secretary, Marshall County Sunday School Association, 1899-'02; Secretary, Marysville Lodge No. 91, A. F. & A. M., 1908-'09; Farmer, 1909-
--- (SHELDEN) PARKER, Olive Maria, B. S., Housewife, 710 Upson Ave., El Paso, Texas.
--- SMITH, Edwin Lee, B. S., Letter Carrier, 820 Laramie St., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, 1892-'01; Stock Farmer, Manhattan, Kan., 1901-'03; U. S. Mail Service, 1904-
--- SMITH, Oliver Russell, C. E., Dairyman, Buhl, Idaho. Teacher, State School of New Mexico, 1898-'03; Assistant Irrigation Manager, State of Washington, 1903-'12; Dairyman, Buhl, Idaho, 1912-
--- (SPOHR) SMITH, Bertha, B. S., Housewife, Columbus, Kan. Teacher and Student, Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1898-'99; Director, Domestic Economy, ibid., 1899-'00; Housewife, 1900-
--- SYMNS, Andrew B., B. S., Farmer and Stockman, R. 5, Troy, Kan. Farmer and Stockman, 1898---; County Commissioner, Doniphan County, 1902-'05.
--- THACKREY, Cora, B. S., County Superintendent of Schools, Valentine, Nebr. Teacher in Rural Schools; Teacher in Grade Schools; Clerk in Post Office; Recording Clerk in County Clerk's Office; Principal of Schools; County Superintendent of Schools, Cherry County, Nebraska.
--- (THACKREY) REECE, Harriet Emerson, B. S., Housewife, Simeon, Nebr. Deputy County Treasurer, 1898-'02; Housewife, 1902-
--- THOMAS, Henry Marsden, B. S., Collection Manager, J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, 2812 Wright Ave., Racine, Wis. In U. S. Volunteer Army, 1898; Farmer, Melvern, Kan., 1899-'01; Traveling Salesman, Ferguson Implement Company, Kansas City, Mo., 1901-'03; Traveling Collector, J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, Wichita, Kan., 1903-'05; General Collector, J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, Harrisburg, Pa., 1905-'10; Collection Manager, J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, Racine, Wis., 1910-
--- (WATERS) CONNER, Elsie Lucile, B. S., Housewife, R. 2, Alden, Minn. Teacher, Public Schools, five years; Teacher and Student, K. S. A. C., 1905-'06; Housewife, 1907-
--- WATERS, Fred Dorsey, B. S., Foreman, 4 C. Lumber Company, Neame, La.
--- WHIPPLE, Abner Davis, B. S., Secretary, Bell Telephone Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 18 rue Boudowyns, Antwerp, Belgium. Postgraduate, K. S. A. C., 1898-'99; Teacher, Marion Military Institute, Marion, Ala., 1900-'03; Clerk, Butler Bros., Chicago, 1904-'05; Traveling Salesman, T. J. Keveney & Co., New York, 1905-'06; Clerk, Western Electric Company, Chicago, 1906-'08; Auditor in Europe, Western Electric Company, Chicago, 1908-'12; Secretary, Bell Telephone Manufacturing Company, Ldt., 1912-
--- (WILDER) SAWDON, Adelaide Frances, M. S., Housewife, 1018 E. State St., Ithaca, N. Y. Assistant in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1898-'00; At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1900-'02; Housewife, Chicago, 1902-'04; Housewife, Ithaca, N. Y., 1904-
--- (WILDER) MCCULLOUGH, Josephine Hannah, M. S., Housewife, Delavan, Kan. Postgraduate, 1899-'01; Housewife, 1902-
--- YEOMAN, Frank, LL. B., Attorney at Law, 4022 Terrace St., Kansas City, Mo. LL. B., Kansas City School of Law, 1900; Oleo-margarine Inspector for Kansas City, Mo., 1901-'03; General Practice in all the Courts.
--- ZIMMERMAN, Frederick, B. S., Cashier Cheney State Bank. Cheney, Kan. Residences: Bendena, Kan., 1898-'02; Kirksville, Mo., 1902-'03; Cheney, Kan., 1903-

1899


--- (ADAMS) WILKIN, Bonnie Frances, B. S., Housewife, Hoxie Kan. Teacher, Glade, Kan., 1899-'00; Student, K. S. N., Emporia, Kan., 1901; Teacher, Cheyenne Wells, Colo., 1901-'03; At Home, Glade, Kan., 1903-'04; Teacher, Kirwin, Kan., 1904-'05; Teacher, Cheyenne Wells, Colo., 1905-'07; At Home, Cheyenne Wells, Colo., 1907-'08; Housewife, Hoxie, Kan., 1908-'11; Housewife, Marion, N. C., 1911-'12; Housewife, Hoxie, Kan., 1912-
--- ADAMS, Morris Carpenter, B. S., Stock Farmer, R. 2, Glade, Kan. Farmer, 1899-'00; Teacher, Riley County, Kansas, 1900-'03; Stock Farmer, Glade, Kan., 1903-
--- AVERY, Melvia Fairetta, M. D., Physician, Wakefield, Kan. Teacher, 1899-'03; Student, Medical College, 1903-'06; M. D., Medical Department, K. U., 1906; Interne at General Hospital, 1906-'07; Physician, Wakefield, Kan., 1907-
*--- BILLE, Alfred Burton, Jr., B. S., Contractor, Alamagordo, New Mex.
--- BLAIR, Albert Edwin, B. S., Architect, 602 Kentucky St., Lawrence, Kan. Special Student, K. S. A. C., 1899-'00, Creameryman, Hutchinson, Kan., Blairstown, Mo., and Lyndon, Kan., 1900-'03; Architectural Draftsman, Portland, Ore., Sacramento, Cal., and Kansas City, Mo., 1903-'06; Architect, Independence, Kan., 1906-'07; Architect, Topeka, Kan., 1908; Architect, Lawrence, Kan., 1909-
--- BOLTON, James Courtney, B. S., Stock Farmer, R. 1, Zeandale, Kan. Farmer and Dairyman, Paxico, Kan., 1899-'04; Stock Farmer, Wamego, Kan., 1904-'06; Stock Farmer, Zeandale, Kan., 1906 [unsure of year]-
--- BUTTERFIELD, Joseph Abbott, B. S., Railway Mail Clerk, House Painter and Paper Hanger, 3821 Morrell Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Rancher; Work with Express Company; Railway Mail Service---; Paper Hanger and Painter-
--- CORRELL, Willitt Ranson, B. S., Planing Mill Man, 211 S. Fifth St., Manhattan, Kan. Machine Man and Carpenter, 1898-'00; Farmer, 1900-'08; Mill Worker, 1908-
--- COTTRELL, Ernest Lerned, Farmer and Stock Raiser, Wabaunsee, Kan. Farmer and Stock Raiser, 1899-
--- HABIGER, Francis Joseph, B. S., Farmer, R. 1, Bushton, Kan. Farmer; President, Farmers' Elevator Company; Member School Board.
--- HANEY, John George, B. S., Manager Western Branch I. H. C. Agricultural Extension Department, I. H. C., Fargo, N. Dak. Assistant, Feeding and Field Experiments, K. S. A. S., 1899-'01; Agricultural Agent, C. & P. Railway, 1901; Superintendent, Hays Branch Experiment Station, 1902-'05; Professor of Farm Crops, Iowa Agricultural College, six months, 1905; Manager of Deming Ranch, Oswego, Kan., 1905-'11; Superintendent of Development-Irrigation Project, Boone, Colo., 1911-'12.
*--- HARVEY, John Andrew, B. S., Ranchman, Alamagordo, New Mex.
--- (HILL) CHAMPLIN, Grace Edna, B. S., Housewife, 1010 Laramie St., Manhattan, Kan. Housewife at Phillipsburg, Kan., Teacher in Manhattan, Kan.
--- HOLZER, Hiram Adsit, B. S., Superintendent of United Iron Works Company (Pittsburg Plant), 208 W. Park Ave., Pittsburg, Kan. Riverside Iron Works, 1899-'00; Kansas City Southern Railway Company, 1900-'01; Pittsburg Foundry and Machine Company, 1901-'03; United Iron Works Company, 1903-
*--- JACKSON, Charles Clifford, B. S., Farmer, R. 1, Westmoreland, Kan.
--- JOHNSON, Fred Emanuel, D. V. S., Superintendent of Serum Production, University of Nebraska, 2445 O St., Lincoln, Neb. (Care State Farm). Veterinary Inspection, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture; Meat Inspector, Chicago, 1904; Quarantine Service in the States of Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Wyoming, and Nebraska, 1904-'12; Superintendent of Serum Production, University of Nebraska, 1912-
*--- JOHNSTON, Harry Wallace, B. S., Stockman.
--- KEELER, Lot Parker, B. S., Architect and Builder, 1169 E. Eighteenth St., Portland, Ore. In the Philippine Islands, with the Army, 1899-'01; Carpenter, 1901-'08; Architect and Builder, 1908-
--- KESSLER, John Martin, B. S., Florist, Twenty-fifth St. and Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan. Employed by Florists, 1899-'01; Independent Florist, 1902-
--- KINSLEY, Albert Thomas, M. S., D. V. S., President and Pathologist, Kansas City Veterinary College, 2108 E. Thirty-sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. Assistant, Veterinary Department, K. S. A. C., 1899-'02; Student and Instructor, Kansas City Veterinary College, 1902-'04; Pathologist, Kansas City Veterinary College, 1904---; President, Kansas City Veterinary College, 1912---; President, American Serum Company (Production of Anti-Hog-Cholera Serum), 1909---; Deputy State Veterinarian, Missouri, 1912-
--- LA SHELLE, Frank Elmer, B. S., Newspaper Publisher, Hanover, Kan. Teacher, three years; Editor, Wray "Rattler," Wray, Colo.; Foreman, Clay Center (Kansas) "Dispatch;" In Printing Department, K. S. A. C., five years; Newspaper Publisher, Hanover, Kan.
--- LECHNER, Christian Dagobert, B. S., Salesman for The Jenne Acetylene Gas Machine Company, Russell, Kan. Contractor and Builder, and Furniture Dealer; Salesman for The Jenne Acetylene Gas Machine Company.
--- LONG, Ross, B. S., Law Student, 1899-'03; Lawyer, 1903; Died in 1908.
--- (MAELZER) HAISE, Louisa Mary, B. S., Housewife, Star Route, Russell, Kan. Student, Boston Y. W. C. A., 1899-'00; Teacher, Domestic Science and Art, Boston, 1900; Housewife, 1901-
--- (MANLY) WILLIAMS, Kate Anna, B. S., Housewife, 927 Moro St., Manhattan, Kan. Postgraduate Student and Student Teacher, K. S. A. C., 1899-'01; Teacher, Carrollton, Mo., 1901-'03; Teacher, City Schools, Manhattan, Kan., 1903-'08; Principal, Avenue Building, Manhattan, Kan., 1908-'10; Housewife, St. Joseph, Mo., 1910-'12; Housewife, Manhattan, Kan., 1912-
--- MASTERS, Claude, B. S., In Insurance Business, 110 N. Robinson St., Oklahoma City, Okla. In U. S. Indian Service, 1902-'05; In Insurance and Abstract Business, Sulphur, Okla., and Oklahoma City, Okla., 1905-
--- MITCHELL, Robert Bertice, B. S., Second Lieutenant, Company E, Fortieth U. S. Volunteers, Manila, P. I., 1899-'01; Same Company, Tampa, Fla., 1901-'02; Second Lieutenant, Artillery Corps. U. S. Army, Monroe, Va., 1902-'03; Died in 1904.
--- (NEEDHAM) CARTER, Jennie June, B. S., Housewife, R. 1, Rantoul, Kan. Clerk, Correspondence Course in Literature, 1899-'02; Housewife, 1902-
--- NICHOLS, Roscoe Townley, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, 222 Kansas Ave., Liberal, Kan. M. D., Northwestern University Medical School, 1902; Practice of Medicine, Liberal, Kan., 1902---; Elected Mayor of Liberal, 1911; Elected Representative of Seward County, 1912.
--- NOYES, Fanny Gertrude, B. S., Nurse, via London and Constantinople, Marsovan, Turkey-in-Asia. At Home, Wabaunsee, Kan., 1899-'00; Student, Topeka Business College, 1901 (February to September); At Home, 1901-'04; Special Student, Oberlin, 1904-'05; Pupil Nurse, Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, 1905-'08; Private Nurse, Cleveland, 1908-'09; Head Nurse, Austolia Hospital, 1909-
--- ORR, Harry Delphos, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, 2010 Mallers Bldg., Chicago, Ill. School Teacher and Farmer, 1899-'00; Medical Student, and Assistant in Chemistry Department, Northwestern University, Medical School, 1900-'04; Resident Physician and Surgeon, St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 1904-'06; Resident Physician and Surgeon, Alexian Bros. Hospital, Chicago, 1906-'07; Private Practice, 1907---; Junior Attending Surgeon, Alexian Bros. Hospital, Departments of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Dermatology; Major, Medical Corps, Illinois National Guard, Asigned First Cavalry.
--- OWENS, George Washington, B. S., Agriculturist, Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute, Petersburg, Va. In Charge of Creamery, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, 1899-'00; Dairy Husbandry, ibid., 1900-'08; In Charge of Silage Crops, ibid., 1902-'08; In Charge of Agricultural Work at State Normal and Industrial Institute, Petersburg, Va., 1908-
--- (PAINTER) DESMARIAS, Carrie Vashti, B. S., Housewife, Lakeland, Kan. Teacher, Lakeland, Kan., 1899-'01; Housewife, Lakeland, Kan., 1901-'09; Housewife, Mulvane, Kan., 1909-'13.
--- PECK, Ella Emerson, B. S., Customs Inspectress, 602 Montana St., El Paso, Texas. Teacher, 1899-'06; Music Student, 1906-'11; Appointed Customs Inspectress Through the Civil Service, 1911-
*--- (PFUETZE) JULIAN, Anna C., B. S., Housewife, Olathe, Kan.
--- POTTORF, Andrew Jackson, B. S., Farmer and Stock Raiser, R. 1, Riley, Kan. Farmer and Stock Raiser, Riley, Kan., 1899-
--- (PRITNER) LOCKWOOD, Mary Bly, B. S., Housewife, 680 N. Main St., Meadville, Pa. Assistant in Domestic Science Department, K. S. A. C., 1899-'01; Housewife, 1901---; Graduate Student, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., 1902.
--- PURDY, Otto Independence, B. S., Field-man, "Daily Drovers-Journal Stockman," 401 S. Forty-second St., Omaha, Nebr.
--- RANDALL, Delmer William, B. S., Farmer, R. 4, Buhl, Idaho, Contractor and Surveyor, Manhattan, Kan., 1899-'04; Office of Public Roads, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1904-'05; Surveyor, Contractor and Farmer, Southern Idaho, 1905-
--- ROBERTS, William Harvey, B. S., Hay Dealer and Stock Farmer, Vernon, Kan. Teacher, Kansas and Oklahoma, 1900-'02; Teacher in High School, Griswold, Iowa, 1902-'03; Farmer, 1903-'10; Hay Dealer and Stock Farmer, 1910-
--- SHELTON, Frank Sessions, B. S., Fruit Grower, R. 2, Cashmere, Wash. Clerk, Seattle, Wash., 1899-'01; Clerk, Teller, Alaska, 1901-'02; Commercial Traveler, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1902-'05; Prospector, Alaska, 1905-'07; Bookkeeper, Alaska, 1907-'09; Bookkeeper, Vancouver, B. C., 1909-'12; Bookkeeper Cashmere, Wash., 1912-'13; Fruit Grower, Cashmere, Wash., 1913-
--- SPOHR, Louise M., B. S., Instructress of Nurses, Moline Public Hospital, Seventh St., Tenth Ave., Moline, Ill. In Training, St. Luke's Hospital Training School, 1900-'03; Superintendent of Christ's Hospital Training School, 1903-'06; Superintendent of Park View Hospital, Manhattan, Kan., 1906-'09; Private Duty Nurse, Manhattan, Kan., 1909-'11; Instructress of Nurses, Moline Public Hospital, 1911-
--- (STREETER) HANEY, Annie Louisa, B. S., Died in 1906.
*--- (TOWERS) BROOKS, Nellie, B. S., Housewife, 301 W. Thirteenth St., Kansas City, Mo.
--- TRUE, Otho Sprague, B. S., Farmer, 1415 Buchanan St., Topeka, Kan.
--- TULLOSS, James Otis, B. S., Hardware and Implement Dealer, Sedan, Kan. Regent of the Agricultural College, 1905-'11; Hardware and Implement Dealer, 1899-
--- TULLOS, William Guy, B. S., Cashier, State Bank of Rantoul, Kan., Box 12, Rantoul, Kan. Farmer, 1899---; Banker, 1905---; Interested in Gas and Oil Business; Legislator from Franklin County, 1912--
--- WAGNER, George Franklin, B. S., Custodian, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan. Stock Raiser, 1899-'09; Timekeeper for Sharp Contracting Company, 1909-'12; Stock Raiser, 1913-'14; Custodian, K. S. A. C., 1914-
--- (WAUGH) SMITH, Mary Lana, B. S., Housewife, 2007 Highland Ave., Hollywood, Cal.
*--- WHITE, Charles Bernard, B. S., With Seymour Packing Company, 411 W. Second St., Topeka, Kan.
--- WILLIAMS, Nannie Elizabeth, B. S., At Home, Gardner, Kan. In Clerical Work, St. Louis, Mo.
--- WILSON, Alexander George, B. S., Died in 1902.
--- WOESTEMEYER, Frederick Otto, B. D., Minister of the Gospel, 1454 Leonard St., Davenport, Iowa. Business, Bethel, Kan., 1899; Teacher, Wyandotte County, Kansas, 1900; Student, Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn., 1901-'04; Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Bethel, Kan., 1904-'06; Graduate Student, Chicago University, 1906; Missionary to the Mountaineers, Harlan, Ky., 1907; Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Rossville, Kan., 1908; Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Cherryvale, Kan., 1909-'10; Assistant Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Davenport, Iowa, 1911-

1900


--- AGNEW, Elizabeth Jane, B. S., D. S., Professor, Home Economics Department, Western State Normal, Hays, Kan. Assistant in Domestic Science Department, K. S. A. C., 1900-’03; Student at Teachers’ College, 1903-’04; Professor of Domestic Science and Domestic Art, Wichita High School, 1905-’10; Professor, Home Economics Department, Western State Normal, 1910-
--- (ASBURY) DERR, Elizabeth Edna, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Gardena, Cal. At Home, Topeka, Kan., 1900-’02; At Home and Postgraduate Student, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan., 1902-’03; Residences: Chicago, Ill., 1903-’04; Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 1904-’08; Butte, Mont., 1908-’10; Big Timber, Mont., 1910-’11; Gardena, Cal., 1911- Teacher of Domestic Science, Big Timber, Mont., 1910-’11.
--- (BAILEY) FOLTZ, Effie Elizabeth, B. S., Housewife, Wamego, Kan.
*--- BAIN, Alvah I., B. S., Boulder, Colo.
--- BAINER, Harry M., B. S. Agron., M. S. A., Agricultural Demonstrator, Santa Fe Railway System, 2001 Taylor St., Amarillo, Texas. Skimming Station Operator and Farmer, Franklin County, Kansas, 1900-’02; Foreman, Live Stock Department, Vrooman Farm, Trenton, Mo., 1902-’03; Postgraduate Student, Iowa State College (M. S. A., 1904), 1903-’04; Instructor in Agricultural Engineering, Iowa State College, 1904-’06; Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Dairying, Colorado Agricultural College, 1906-’10; Farm Manager, Colorado Agricultural College Farm, 1909-’10; Agricultural Demonstrator, Santa Fe Railway System, 1910-
--- (BERKEY) SMITH, Charlotte Almira, B. S., Died in 1910.
--- BLACHLY, John Harold, B. S., D. D. S., Dentist, Manhattan, Kan. Painter and Laborer, 1900-’05; Graduate, Western Dental College, Kansas City, Mo., 1908; Dentist, Manhattan, Kan., 1908-
--- (BLACHLY) DEAN, Minerva, B. S., Housewife, 511 N. Juliette Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, 1900-’01; Bookkeeper, Secretary’s Office, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan., 1901-’04; Housewife, 1904-
--- BLISS, Zina Leigh, B. S., A. B., Landscape Gardener and Forester, 914 Franklin St., Houston, Texas. U. S. Forest Service, 1900-’03; A. B., University of Michigan, 1905; Nurseryman and Landscape Gardener, Katy, Texas; Landscape Gardener and Forester, Houston, Texas.
--- BOBBITT, Fred Winchester, B. S., M. E., Resident Engineer, Houston Belt and Terminal Railway, 1710 Polk Ave., Houston, Texas. Draftsman, J. C. Holland, Architect, Topeka, Kan., 1900-’01; Draftsman, Topographer, Levelman, and Transitman, Frisco Railway Company, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas, 1901-’04; County Surveyor, Perry, Okla., 1904-’05; Office Engineer, Resident Engineer, and Division Engineer, T. & B. V. Railway Company, Texas, 1905-’09; City Engineer, Perry, Okla., 1909-’11; Resident Engineer, H. B. & T. Railway Company, 1911-
*--- BOLTON, Lillie Grace, B. S., D. S., Teacher, Wamego, Kan.
*--- (BROQUEST) BAILEY, Prudence Dell, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Huerfano, Colo.
--- (BURTNER) SARGENT, Nellie, B. S., D. S. Died in 1901.
--- CHANDLER, Charles Asa, B. S., Agron., Fruit Grower and Nurseryman, 1557 American Ave., Long Beach, Cal. Assistant to Superintendent of Grounds, World’s Fair, St. Louis, 1901-’04; Assistant Superintendent, Swope Park, Kansas City, 1904-’07; Nurseryman and Landscape Gardener, Kansas City, 1907-’12; Fruit Grower and Nurseryman, Long Beach, Cal., 1912-
--- CHRISTENSEN, Frederick Waldemar, B. S., M. S., Associate Professor of Chemistry, in Charge of Animal Nutrition Investigations, New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, State College, New Mexico. Stock Farmer, 1900-’03; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1903-’04; Assistant Expert in Animal Nutrition, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1904-’05; Assistant in Animal Nutrition, Pennsylvania State College, 1905-’08; M. S., ibid., 1908; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Summer of 1908; Graduate Student, Yale University, 1908-’09; Assistant in Animal Nutrition, Pennsylvania State College, 1909-’10; Associate Professor of Chemistry, in Charge of Animal Nutrition Investigation, Experiment Station, New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1910-
--- COOK, Ernest Mansel, B. S., Farmer, R. 2, Monument, Kan.
--- CORRELL, Charles McLain, B. S., Ph. B., Ph. M., Teacher of History, State Normal School, Mayville, N. Dak. Teacher, Riley County, Kansas, 1900-’02; Principal, Avenue School, Manhattan, Kan., 1902-’04; Principal, Central School, Manhattan, Kan., 1904-’06; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1906-’08; Head of Department of History and Social Science, State Normal School, Mayville, N. Dak., 1908--
--- CURRIE, Jennie Maud, B. S., At Home, 904 Monroe St., Topeka, Kan. Shorthand Student, 1901; Stenographer, A., T. & S. F. General Offices, 1905-’12; At Home, 1913-
--- DERN, Harry Leroy, B. S., Farmer, Stockman, and Teacher, Cimarron, Kan. Teacher, Kingman County, Kansas 1900-’01; Farmer and Ranchman, Gray County, Kansas, 1901-’02; Farmer and Ranchman, Ford County, Kansas, 1902-’07; Farmer, Ranchman, and Teacher, Gray County, Kansas, 1907-
--- DERR, Homer, B. S., Agron., M. S., In Charge of Department of Physics and Chemistry, Gardena Agricultural High School, Gardena, Cal. Accountant in Ticket Auditor’s Office, Santa Fe Railway, Topeka, Kan., 1900-’02; Student of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, K. S. A. C., 1902-’03; Student of Physics, University of Chicago, 1903-’04; Instructor of Physics and Mathematics, State Normal School, Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 1904-’08; In Charge of Department of Physics, Butte (Montana) High School, 1908-’10; Principal of Sweet Grass County High School, Big Timber, Mont., 1910-’11; In Charge of Department of Physics and Chemistry, Gardena Agricultural High School, Los Angeles, Cal., 1911-
--- (DILLE) HULETT, Mary Alberta, B. S., At Home, 3025 Woodland Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Housewife, Kirksville, Mo., 1901-’05; At Home, Edgerton, Kan., 1905-’07; On Ranch, Alamogordo, New Mex., 1907-’09; Teacher, Alamogordo Public Schools, 1909-’11; At Home, Kansas City, Mo., 1911-
--- EASTMAN, Robert Edward, B. S., Agron., M. S. A., Pulaski, Va. M. S. A., Cornell University, 1902; Instructor, Hampton Institute, 1902-’03; Instructor, K. S. A. C., 1903-’10; Student, Yale Forestry School, Summer, 1907; Employed in U. S. Forest Service, Kanikau National Forest, Summer, 1908.
--- (EDELBLUTE) SMETHURST, Jennie, B. S., Housewife, 823 Laramie St., Manhattan, Kan. At Home, Keats, Kan., 1900-’02; Bookkeeper, Kansas City, Mo., 1902-’03; Clerk, Manhattan, Kan., 1903-’06; Housewife, 1906-
--- EMRICK, Eugene, B. S., Manager of the Joplin Store and District for the L. B. Price Merc. Co., 1913 Virginia Ave., Joplin, Mo.
*--- (FINLEY) BLAINE, Jospehine, B. S., Housewife, Monrovia, Cal. Postgraduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1900-’03; At Home, 1903-’04; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1904-’05; At Home, 1905-’07; Stenographer in Horticultural Department, 1908-’09; Stenographer, Journalism Department, 1909-’11; Housewife, Monrovia, Cal., 1911-
*--- FOREST, Harry Verne, B. S., M. E., With St. Marys Engine Company, King City, Mo.
--- GREENE, George Odgen, B. S., Agron., M. S., Horticulturist, Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 915 Fremont St., Manhattan, Kan. Assistant in Horticulture, K. S. A. C., 1900-’03; Assistant in Horticulture, Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1903-’05; Merchant, Plainville, Kan., 1905-’10; Farmer, Bogue, Kan., 1910-’12; Extension Horticulturist, K. S. A. C., 1912-
*---HAFFNER, Herman C., B. S., Assistant Superintendent, Fort Lewis Indian School, Hesperus, Colo.
--- HANSON, Gustaf William, B. S., M. E., Construction Engineer, 549 New York St., Wichita, Kan. Machinist, Kansas City, 1900-’02; Machine Designer, Wichita, Kan., 1902-’03; Operator of Foundry, Marquette, Kan., 1903-’07; Machine Designer, Wichita, Kan., 1907-’09; Mechanical Engineer for Southwestern Iron Works, Guthrie, Okla., 1909-’10; Professor of Drawing and Manual Training, Broken Arrow, Okla., Haskell State School of Agriculture, 1910-’11; In Architectural Work, Wichita, 1911-; Construction Engineer for Dietes-Wenzei Construction Company, on the Wichita Union Station, 1913-
*--- HARNER, James William, B. S., Green, Kan.
--- (HOFFMAN) JOHNTZ, Daisy Gladys, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 307 Vine St., Abilene, Kan. Student of Kindergartening, Chicago, 1900-’02; Teacher of Kindergartening, Jackson, Mich., 1902-’04; Teacher of Kindergartening, Enterprise, Kan., 1904-’06; Housewife, 1906-
--- LAWRY, Walter Fish, B. S., M. E., Designing Engineer, Riordon Pulp and Paper Company, Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada. Draftsman, Metropolitan Street Railway Company, Kansas City, 1900-’01; Draftsman, Leighton Howard Steel Company, East St. Louis, 1901; Machinery Salesman, Fairbanks, Morse & Co., St. Louis, 1901-’02; Draftsman and Instrumentman, K. C. U. & O. Railway, 1902-’03; Assistant Engineer, C., R. 1. & P. Railway, 1903-’04; Draftsman, McClintic-Marshall Construction Company, Chicago, 1904-’05; Draftsman, Link Belt Company, Chicago, 1905-’10; Engineer, Jeffrey Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio, and Montreal, Canada, 1910-’13; Engineer, Riordon Pulp and Paper Company, Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada, 1913-
*--- (MCCARTY) COATS, Amanda Culp, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 409 E. Fifty-eighth St., South Portland, Ore.
--- (MCCURRY) WALKER, N. Ollie, B. S., Housewife, Plymouth, Kan. Telegraph Operator, Plymouth, Kan., 1901-’02; Telegraph Operator, Ashfork, Ariz., 1903; Housewife, 1904-
*--- MCDOWELL, George G., B. S., South Fort George, British Columbia.
--- MCKEE, Roland, B. S., Scientific Assistant, Forage Crop Investigations, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Chico, Cal. Farmer, Blue Rapids, Kan., 1900-’04; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1904-’05; Scientific Assistant, Forage Crop Investigations, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1906-
*--- (MCLAREN) SCOTT, Nettie, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Santa Fe, Kan.
--- MONTGOMERY, Charles Dudley, B. S., Agron. Died in 1902.
--- MORLAN, Fred Byers, B. S., Farmer, R. 1, Courtland, Kan. Farmer, Courtland, Kan., 1900-
--- OMAN, Andrew Edward, B. S., M. F., Forester, U. S. Forest Service, Weiser, Idaho. Teacher and Farmer, Riley County, Kansas, 1900-’03; M. F., Yale School of Forestry, 1906; Forest Assistant in U. S. Forest Service, 1906-
*--- (PADDOCK) HESS, Kate, B. S., Housewife, 2315 Lawn St., Kansas City, Mo.
--- PANCAKE, Joseph Loyd, B. S., Agron., Alfalfa and Stock Farmer, Tully, Rawlins County, Kansas. Farmer, Tully, Kan., 1900-’07; Moved to Mt. Airy, Ga., and Bought Real Estate; Manager of Two Large Farms, Edmore, Mich., 1910; Alfalfa and Stock Farmer, Tully, Kan., 1911-
--- PARRACK, Albert William, B. S., Died in 1901.
--- (PERKINS) MYERS, Edith, B. S., Housewife, Fallbrook, Cal.
--- (PERKINS) MOODY, Elenore, B. S., Housewife, 1517 Marengo Ave., South Pasadena, Cal.
--- PIERSOL, Paul du Challu, B. S., Wholesale Ice Cream Dealer, 214 N. Division St., Guthrie, Okla.
--- POTTER, Luther Eugene, B. S., Agron., Farmer, Myton, Utah. Foreman, American Beet Sugar Company, Rocky Ford, Colo, 1901; Farmer, Indian School, Grand Junction, Colo., 1902-’03; Dairyman, Chilocco Indian Agricultural School, 1904-’05; Farmer, Myton, Utah, 1906-’13; Deputy Assesor by Appointment, Sub-Division, Wasatch County, Utah, 1909; Bookkeeper and Salesman, J. M. Coltharp General Merchandise Store, Myton, Utah, 1910; Bookkeeper and Salesman, Barry Mercantile Company, 1911; Carpenter, Grand Valley Irrigation Canal Structures, Rifle, Colo., 1912; Farmer, Myton, Utah, 1913-
--- SPILMAN, Clara, B. S., Librarian and Secretary, City Schools, 426 Leavenworth St., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher in Preparatory Department, K. S. A. C., 1901-’02; Instructor in Domestic Science, Girls’ Industrial School, Beloit, Kan., 1902-’03; Instructor in Domestic Science, Missouri Christian College, Camden Point, Mo., 1903-’07; Deputy Register of Deeds, Riley County, Kansas, 1907-’10; Librarian and Secretary. Manhattan, Kan., 1910-
--- STEWART, Mabel, B. S., Teacher of Mathematics in High School, 215 W. Tenth St., Oklahoma city, Okla. Teacher, City Schools, Neosho, Mo., 1900-’09; Teacher of Mathematics, High School, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1909-
--- STEWART, Stella, B. S., D. S., Teacher-in-Charge, Intermediate Department, Pennsylvania Institute for the Deaf, Wingohocking Hall, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa.
--- SWEET, Fayette Charles, B. S., Farmer and Stockman, Sophia, Okla. Farmer and Stockman, Burlington, Kan., 1900-’02; Farmer and Stockman, Sophia, Okla., 1902--
--- SWINGLE, Cora Edith, B. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, Normal Training High School, Farmington, Iowa. Student, Pratt Institute, 1901; Graduated from Domestic Science Department, Teachers’ College, Columbia University, 1902; Teacher, Varden, Pa., 1902-’04; Student, University of Michigan, 1905; At Home, Rochester, Mich., 1906-’08; Student, University of Michigan, 1909; At Home, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1910-’12; Normal Teacher of Domestic Science, Normal Training High School, Farmington, Iowa, 1913-
--- SWINGLE, Deane Bret, B. S., M. S., Professor of Botany and Bacteriology, Montana Agricultural College, 713 S. Grand Ave., Bozeman, Mont. Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 1900-’01; Assistant in Plant Pathology, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1901-’06; Professor of Botany and Bacteriology, Montana Agricultural College, 1906-
--- THOMPSON, Barton R., B. S., Dairy Farmer, Garrison, Kan. Teacher and Farmer, 1900-’04; Foreman, Hillside Dairy Farm, Birmingham, Ala., 1905; Foreman, Glendell Dairy Company, Sioux City, Iowa, 1906; Assistant Dairyman, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., 1906-’07; Foreman, Thomas Dairy Farm, Waterville, Kan., 1907-’09; Dairy Farmer, Garrison, Kan., 1909-
--- (TRUMBULL) CORRELL, Laura Helen, B. S., Housewife, Mayville, N. Dak. Teacher, Riley County, Kansas, 1900-’03; Housewife, 1903--
--- WAGNER, Jessie May, B. S., D. S., At Home, 1633 Fairchild Ave. Manhattan, Kan. At Home, Enterprise, Kan., 1900-’12; At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1912-
--- WALDRAVEN, Luther Watts, B. S., M. E., Farmer and Stock Raiser, R. 1, Winkler, Kan. Engineering Department, Highland Park College, 1902; Machinist, Swanson Manufacturing Company, 1902; Farmer, 1903-
--- ZIMMERMAN, Kate Elizabeth, B. S., Instructor of Biology, Girls’ High School, Riverside, Cal. Presbyterian Mission Schools, 1901-’03; Student, Teachers’ College, 1903-’04; Instructor in Science, High School, Fruita, Colo., 1904-’06; Instructor in Science, High School, Sumpter, Ore., 1908-’10; Principal, High School, Honolulu, T. H., 1910-’11; Instructor in Science, High School, Winters, Cal., 1911-’12; Instructor in Science, High School, Truckee, Cal., 1911-’12; Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, High School, Madera, Cal., 1912; Instructor of Biology, Girls’ High School, Riverside, Cal., 1913-

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