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

1908-1910 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)

1908


--- ALLEN, Jessie Patience, B. S., D. S., In Charge of Folding and Mailing, Printing Department, K. S. A. C., 1452 Fairchild Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Printing Department, K. S. A. C., 1908-
--- (ALSPAUGH) ZERCHER, Eva Irene, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 817 Walnut St., Texarkana, Texas. Housewife, 1908- ; Residences: Laredo, Texas, 1908-’09; Tyler, Texas, 1909-’12; Texarkana, Texas, 1912-
--- (BARDSHAR) WARREN, Marie Rilda, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, New Orleans University, 1908-’10; Teacher of Domestic Science, LeMoyne Normal Institute, Memphis, Tenn., 1911-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, Christian Endeavor Academy, Endeavor, Wis., 1912. Died in 1914-
--- BEIGHLE, Ernest Elmer, B. S., Arch., Teacher of Mathematics, E. Lansing, Mich.
--- BENNETT, Hulda L. J., B. S., D. S., Clerk in Manhattan State Bank, 510 Osage, Manhattan, Kan.
--- BERGER, George P., B. S., E. E., Engineer of Light and Power Plant, R. 6, Abilene, Kan. Wire Chief, Brown Telephone Company, 1908-’09; Engineer for Light Plant, 1909-’10; Electric Wiring Contractor, 1910-’11; Lineman, Light and Power Plant, 1911-’12; Engineer, Light and Power Plant, 1912-
--- BIDDISON, Edna Eleanor, B. S., Mathematics Instructor in Tulsa High School, 1124 S. Boulder, or Box 1201, Tulsa, Okla. Teacher of Mathematics in High School, White Cloud, Kan., 1908-’10; Teacher of Mathematics in High School, Pawnee, Okla., 1910-’11; Teacher of Mathematics in High School, Tulsa, Okla., 1911-
--- BIXBY, Horace E., B. S., E. E., Assistant to Electrical Engineer, U. S. Reclamation Service, Minidoka, Idaho. Electrical Inspector, A., T. & S. F. Railway System, 1908-’11; Instructor in Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 1911-’12; Assistant to Electrical Engineer, U. S. Reclamation Service, 1912-
--- BOWER, Mabel J., B. S., D. S., Bookkeeper, Manhattan, Kan.
--- BRINK, Raymond W., B. S., Instructor in Mathematics, College of Engineering, University of Minnesota, 209 State St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Instructor in Mathematics, University of Idaho, 1909-’12; Instructor in Mathematics, University of Minnesota, 1912-
--- BROCK, James E., B. S., Agri., Manager California Date Company Herber, Cal. Science Teacher, Troy High School, 1908-’09; Secretary, Farmers’ Institute and Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Manager, California Date Company, 1911-
--- BUCKMAN, Ruby Mildred, B. S., D. S., Professor of Household Arts, Kentucky State Universtiy, 239 S. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky. At Home, 1908-’09; Teacher, Fifth Grade, McPherson, Kan., 1909-’10; Teacher, Domestic Art, High School, Hutchinson, Kan., 1910-’12; In Charge of Household Arts Department, Kentucky State University, 1912-
---BULL, Elmer A., B. S., Arch., Professor of Manual Arts, Albion State Normal, Albion, Idaho. Millman, Castella Box Company, Castella, Cal., 1908-’09; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1910; Instructor in Manual Training, High School, Larimore, N. Dak., 1910-’11; Instructor in Manual Training and Mathematics, High School, Yankton, S. Dak., 1911-’12; Professor of Manual Arts, Albion State Normal, Albion, Idaho, 1912-
--- CALDWELL, Ralph Elmer, B. S., Agri., Associate in Milk Production, Indiana Experiment Station, and Instructor in Dairying, Purdue University, 348 State St., West LaFayette, Ind. Starter Maker for Fairmont Creamery Company, Omaha, Nebr., 1908-’09; Assistant in Animal Husbandry, Ohio Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio, 1909-’10; Assistant in Dairy Husbandry, Ohio Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio, 1910-’11; Associate in Milk Production, Indiana Experiment Station, and Instructor in Dairying, Purdue University, 1912-
--- CARLSON, Walter William, B. S., M. E., Assistant Professor of Shop Methods and Practice, and Superintendent of Shops, K. S. A. C., 1130 Bluemont Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Montana State College, Bozeman, Mont., 1908-’09; Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, ibid., 1909-’10; Instructor in Tool Making, K. S. A. C., 1910-’12; Assistant Professor of Shop Methods and Practice, Superintendent of Shops, K. S. A. C., 1912-
--- CAVE, Wayne Bea., B. S., San Diego, Cal. Reporter for the “Mercury,” Manhattan, Kan., and the Pittsburg “Headlight,” 1908-’09; Real Estate Agent, Manhattan, Kan., 1909-’10; Reporter, San Diego “Union,” San Diego, Cal., 1910-’13; Real Estate Agent, San Diego, Cal., 1913-
--- CHALLENDER, Ralph Thompson, B. S., M. E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Montana State College, 917 W. Babcock St., Bozeman, Mont. Instructor in Manual Training, Kansas Industrial Reformatory, 1909; Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Montana State College, 1910-
--- CHRISTENSEN, Esther Evangeline, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science and Art in City Schools, 115 Clark St., Houghton, Mich. Teacher in Rural Schools of Kansas, 1908-’10; Teacher in City Schools, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, City Schools, Houghton, Mich., 1911-
--- (COOPER) DIAL, Katherine, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Manhattan, Kan.
--- CRON, Alexander B., B. S., Agri., In Charge of Forage Crop Work for U. S. Department of Agriculture, 802 Monroe St., Amarillo, Texas. Assistant in Grain Standardization, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., 1908-’09; Assistant in Agronomy, Office of Forage Crops, Alfalfa Extension in the East, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1909-’13; In Charge of Forage Crop Work, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Amarillo, Texas, 1913-
--- CUNNINGHAM, Solon Whitney, B. S., Agri., Professor of Agriculture, Normal School, Fresno, Cal. Director of the Public School Garden Clubs, Omaha, Nebr., 1908; Director of Agricultural Department, Western Kansas State Normal School, 1909; Director of the Agricultural Department, Albion State Normal School, 1910-’13; Professor of Agricultural, Normal School, Fresno, Cal., 1913-
--- DEAVER, Bernice Ada, B. S., Teacher of Mathematics and History.
--- DONLY, Max C., B. S., E. E., Farmer and Stock Raiser, Carlton, Kan. Merchant, 1908-’09; Farmer and Stock Raiser, 1909-
--- DORYLAND, Charles J. T., B. S., Agri., Assistant in Bacteriology, North Dakota Experiment Station, Agricultural College, N. Dak.
--- (DRESSER) SYVERND, Florence Edith, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Canton, S. Dak. Graduate Student and Assistant in English Department, K. S. A. C., 1908-’09; Teacher in High School, Baxter Springs, Kan., 1909-’10; Principal of High School, Wheaton, Kan., 1910-’11; Reader and Teacher in English Department, K. S. A. C., 1911-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science in High School, Canton, S. Dak., 1912-
--- EATON, George Richard, B. S., E. E., Plant Superintendent, Hanamo Telephone Company, Maryville, Mo. Switchboard and Meter Testing, Edison Company, Topeka, Kan.; Manager, Home Telephone and Electric Company, Highland, Kan.; Superintendent, Hanamo Telephone Company, Maryville, Mo.
--- (ELDER) BULL, Mary Amy, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Albion, Idaho. Instructor of German and History, High School, Council Grove, Kan., 1908-’10; Housewife, 1910-
--- FLEMING, Louise, B. S., D. S., Instructor in Mathematics in High School, 606 Topeka Ave., Topeka, Kan. Vice-Principal, Mankato High School, Mankato, Kan.; Instructor in Mathematics in High School, Topeka, Kan., 1913-
--- FORESBERG, Carl F., B. S., E. E., Sales Agent, General Electric Company, Rialto Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. College Electrician, K. S. A. C., Lineman, Manhattan Ice, Light, and Power Company; Contractor, Manhattan, Kan.; Apprentice, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
--- GARDEN, Mary Eliza, B. S., D. S., Principal of Schools, Seiling, Okla. Teacher of Domestic Science, Lexington, Ky., 1909-’10; Teacher in Grades, Riley, Kan., 1910-’12; Principal of Schools, Seiling, Okla., 1912-
--- GALL, David Emerson, D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinary Surgeon, Reserve, Kan.
--- (GAMMON) RYAN, Erma, B. S., D. S., Housewife, R. 2, Muscotah, Kan. At Home, Ramah, Colo., 1908-’10; Housewife, 1910-
--- GIBBON, Clarence T., B. S., E. E., Electrician, Homestake Mining Company, Lead, S. Dak. Electrician, Denver, Interurban Railway Company, Denver, Colo., 1908-’10; Electrician, Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, Picton, Colo., 1910-’12; Electrician, Homestake Mining Company, Lead, S. Dak., 1912-
--- GISH, Oliver Holmes, B. S., Assistant in Physics, University of Nebraska, 535 N. Sixteenth St., Lincoln, Nebr. Assistant Principal of Marysville, Kan., High School, 1908-’09; Assistant Observer, U. S. Weather Bureau, 1909-’10; Assistant Research Observer, Mount Weather Observatory, 1910-’11; Assistant in Physics, University of Nebraska, 1911-
---GOHEEN, George G., B. S., E. E., Commercial Engineer, General Electric Company, 316 Miners’ Bank Bldg., Joplin, Mo. With General Electric Compnay, Schenectady, N. Y., Power and Mining Department, 1908-
--- (GRAHAM) MCCLASKEY, Cecile Agnes, B. S., D. S., Housewife, R. 3, Girard, Kan.
--- GRAHAM, J. Olin, B. S., Farmer, Floyd, Texas. Farmer, Floyd, Texas, 1908-
--- (GRIZZELL) PRAEGER, Edna Gertrude, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Claflin, Kan. Teacher, Short Course in Household Economics, Purdue University, 1909-
--- HALM, Helen H., B. S., D. S., Head of Home Economics Department, and Instructor in Domestic Art, Southwest Texas State Normal School, San Marcos, Texas; 633 Buchanan St., Topeka, Kan. (Home). Teacher of Domestic Science and Art in the Corsicana (Texas) High School, 1908-’10; In Charge of the Home Economics Department of the Southwest Texas State Normal School, San Marcos, Texas, 1910-
--- HARLAN, Dora Inez, B. S., Teacher, Wahoo, Nebr.
--- HARRIS, Frank Clyde, B. S., Arch., Instructor in Architecture and Drawing, K. S. A. C., 630 Bluemont Ave., Manhattan, Kan. City Engineer, Manhattan, Kan., 1907-’09; Supervising Engineer, W. K. Palmer Engineering Company, 1909; Assistant and Instructor in Architecture and Drawing, 1909-
--- (HARRIS) GASTON, Maud, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 302 Garfield St., Ft. Atkinson, Wic.
--- HASLAM, Thomas Powell, B. S., M. S., Assistant in Veterinary Medicine, Agricultural Experiment Station, K. S. A. C., 623 N. Manhattan, Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, Kansas University, 1908-’09; M. S., ibid., 1910; Assistant in Veterinary Medicine, Agricultural Experiment Station, K. S. A. C., 1909-
--- HASSEBROEK, Elizabeth F., B. S., D. S., Manhattan, Kan.
--- HAYES, Fred M., D. V. M., Vet. S., Instructor in Veterinary Science, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Assistant in Veterinary Science, K. S. A. C., 1908-’11; Instructor in Veterinary Science, and Veterinary in Charge of Hog-Cholera Serum Laboratory, University of California, 1911-
--- HOFFMAN, George Leon, B. S., E. E., Electrical Foreman, Arrowrock Dam, Arrowrock, Idaho. Electrician and Cement Chemist, U. S. Portland Cement Company, Yocemento, Kan., 1908-’10; Electrician, Los Angeles Aqueduct, Monolith, Cal., 1910-’12; Electrical Foreman, Arrowrock Dam, 1912-
--- HOLMBERG, Edith Antonette, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, Renville, Minn. Teacher, Churchill, Minn., 1908-’09; Instructor of Domestic Science and Art, Public Schools, Renville, Minn., 1909-
--- (HOWELL) KING, Annice, B. S., D. S., Housewife.
--- HULL, Ralph Waldo, B. S., Agri., Farmer and Stockman, Shady Bend, Kan. Agent in Scabies Eradication, Bureau of Animal Industry, Albuquerque, New Mex., 1908; Farmer, Shady Bend, Kan., 1909-
--- (HUSE) COLLINS, Helen Knostman, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Keats, Kan. Assistant in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1909-’13; Housewife, 1913-
--- (ISE) GYGAX, Estelle May, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Zum Glarnish a-d Bruhlberg, Winterthur, Switzerland. Teacher, City Schools, Downs, Kan., 1908-’09; In Charge of Domestic Science and Art Department, Coffeyville (Kansas) High School, 1909-’10; Head of Domestic Art and Science Department, Bingham High School, Bingham, Utah, 1911; Housewife, Winterthur, Switzerland, 1911-
--- JOHNSON, Elmer, B. S., M. E., Assistant in Power and Experimental Engineering, K. S. A. C., 1010 Osage St., Manhattan, Kan. Assistant in Mechanical Engineering, K. S. A. C., 1908-’10; Assistant in Power and Experimental Engineering, ibid., 1910-
--- JOHNSTON, Edward Mervyn, B. S., Agri., Scientific Assistant, U. S. Department of Agriculture, and Superintendent of Beaumont Co-operative Rice Experiment Station, Lock Box 741, Beaumont, Texas. Graduate Student, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., 1908-’10; Tracing Clerk, American Express Company, Rochester, N. Y., 1910-’11; Scientific Assistant, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Cereal Investigations, and Superintendent of Beaumont Co-operative Rice Experiment Station, 1911-
--- JONES, John Seneca, B. S., Agricultural Instructor, State High School, Mora, Minn. Teacher of Sciences, Norton County High School, Norton, Kan., 1908-’10; Teacher of Science and Agriculture, Valley City, N. Dak., 1910-’11; Teacher of Agriculture, State Industrial High School, Mora, Minn., 1911-
--- (JUSTIN) HASLAM, Edith B., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 623 N. Manhattan Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Instructor in Domestic Science. State Industrial School for Girls, Beloit, Kan., 1908-’10; Instructor in Domestic Science, Clay County High School, Clay Center, Kan., 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- KELLY, Maude, B. S., D. S., Cooking Instructor, Kansas City (Kansas) High School, 714 Barnett St., Kansas City, Kan.
--- KERR, Almira Elnora, B. S., D. S., Domestic Science Teacher, Cache Creek Indian Mission School, R. 3, Apache, Okla. Domestic Science Teacher, Avery Normal Institute, Charleston, S. C., 1908-’09; Domestic Science Teacher, Cache Creek Indian Mission Industrial School, 1909-
--- KIMBLE, Venus, B. S., D. S., At Home, Manhattan, Kan.
--- KINNEL, Frederick B., B. S., M. E., Engineer, A., T. & S. F. Railway, Amarillo, Texas.
--- KIRBY, Arthur W., B. S., E. E., Erecting Engineer and Gas Engine Expert, 123 S. Chestnut St., St. Marys, Ohio. Electrician, Kansas Natural Gas Company, 1908-’09; Freman Shops, Kansas Natural Gas Company, Independence, Kan., 1909-’10; Superintendent of WaKeeney (Kansas) Light and Water Plants, 1910-’12; Road of Engineer, St. Marys Machine Company, St. Marys, Ohio, 1912-
--- KISER, Orville M., B. S., Agri., Director of Agriculture, Hector Associated Schools, Hector, Minn. Teacher of Agriculture and Manual Training, Canby, Minn., 1908-’10; Teacher of Science and Agriculture, Howard Lake, Minn., 1910-’12; Director of Agriculture, Hector Associated Schools, Hector, Minn., 1912-
--- (KRATZINGER) TAFT, Elsie Louise, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Sioux City, Iowa. Supervisor of Household Science and Household Arts, Carbondale (Illinois) Public Schools, 1908-’13; Housewife, Sioux City, Iowa, 1913-
--- LONG, Carl C., B. S., E. E., With Utah Power and Light Company, Grace, Idaho. Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 1908-’09; With Bureau of Education, Philippine Islands, 1910-’12; Power House Superintendent, Utah Power and Light Company, Grace, Idaho, 1912-
--- MCCALL, William Thomas, B. S., Agri., Manufacturer of Sunflower Stacker, 917 Fremont St., Manhattan, Kan. Manufacturer, 1908-
--- MCCONNELL, Fay Gertrude, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, 3918 Hutton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio, Teacher of Domestic Science, Hartwell High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1910-
--- (MCKEEMAN) BIRCH, Olive R., B. S., D. S., Housewife, R. 3, Ithaca, N. Y. Teacher, Manhattan, Kan., 1908-’11-
--- (MCKEEN) KIPP, Ethel Olive, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Manhattan, Kan.
--- MCLEAN, Harry Charles, B. S., E. E., First Assistant Chemist, Department of Soil Chemistry and Bacteriology, New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station, New Brunswick, N. J. Graduate Student and Student-Assistant in Chemistry, K. S. A. C., 1909; Assistant in Soil Analysis, Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1910; First Assistant Chemist, Department of Soil Chemistry and Bacteriology, New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station, 1910-
--- MCLENON, Henry Alexander, B. S., Agri., Farmer, Monrovia, Kan.
--- MANALO, Vincente G., B. S., M. E., Lemery Batangas, Philippine Islands.
--- MARSHALL, Phillip Edward, B. S., E. E., Electrician, 520 Harrison St., Topeka, Kan.
--- MARTIN, Ethel Madge, B. S., At Home, Gen. Del., Albuquerque, New Mex.
--- (MARTY) LAWSON, Jessie Lou, B. S., D. S., Housewife, McPherson, Kan. Student in Domestic Science Course in Teachers’ College, New York City, 1908-’09; Teacher of Domestic Science, High School, Hastings, Nebr., 1909-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- MOFFATT, George A., B. S., M. E., Boiler and Elevator Inspector for Maryland Casualty Company, 912 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Portland, Ore. Machinist, Seattle, Wash., 1909-’11; Boiler and Elevator Inspector for Maryland Casualty Company, Portland, Ore., 1911-
---MOMYER, Harry H., B. S. S., E. E., Boomer Lineman, Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Company, Hawkins, Texas.
--- MORRISON, Orr O., B. S., Agri., With The Albert Dickinson Company, Lock Drawer 788, Chicago, Ill. Live Stock Inspector, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry, 1908-’10; Salesman, Feed and Flour Department, The Quaker Oats Company, 1910-’13; With The Albert Dickinson Company, Chicago, Ill., 1913-
--- MORTON, Charlotte Augusta, B. S., D. S., Art Instructor, Greenwich, Conn. Teacher in Common Schools, 1908-’09; Assistant in Art Department, K. S. A. C., 1909-’12; Student, Columbia University, 1912-’13; Art Instructor, Greenwich, Conn., 1913-
--- MUNGER, Edna Anna, B. S., D. S., Commercial Teacher, Augusta High School, Augusta, Kan. Teacher in Riley County Public Schools, 1908-’10; At Home, 1910-’12; Clerk, Department of Rural and Vocational Education, 1912-’13; Commercial Teacher, Augusta High School, 1913-
--- MURRAY, Jacob Michael, D. V. M., Vet. S., Instructor, St. Joseph Veterinary College, Seventh and Sylvanie Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Veterinarian, Wichita, Kan. Instructor in St. Joseph Veterinary College, St. Joseph, Mo.-
--- NEEDHAM, Lucy, B. S., Teacher of Home Economics and Science, Oswego, Kan. R. 1, Rantoul, Kan. (Home). Teacher in District School, Lane, Kan., 1908-’09; Special Student, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Teacher of Home Economics, Florence, Ala., 1910-’11; Student, K. S. A. C., Spring of 1911; Teacher in Home Economics and Science, Oswego College, 1911-’13; Teacher in Home Economics and Science, Oswego High School, 1911-’13; Student, University of Chicago, Summer, 1912-
--- PERRINE, Arthur Alexander Raymond, B. S., E. E., Teacher of Electrical Engineering, Montgomery St., Starkville, Miss. Student, Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, Ill., 1908-’09; B. S., 1909, E. E., 1912; Manager Quenemo Telephone Company, Osage County, Kansas, 1909-‘’10; Instructor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Montana State College, Bozeman, Mont., 1910-’11; Engineering Department, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis., 1911-’12; Electrical Engineering Department, Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1912-
--- PETERSON, John Buell, B. S., Agri., Dairy Farmer and Hog Raiser, Montborne, Wash. At Home, Wichita, Kan., 1908-’09; Farmer, Montborne, Wash., 1909-’11; County Engineer, Skagit County, Washington, 1911-’12; Dairy Farmer and Hog Raiser, 1013-
--- PIERCE, Marcia, B. S., D. S., Teacher in High School, 626 W. Sixth St., Junction City, Kan. At Home, Junction City, Kan., 1908-’11; Teacher in Grades, Purcell, Okla., 1912 (January to May); Teacher, Kearny County High School, Lakin, Kan., 1912-
--- PRAEGER, Herman Albert, B. S., Agri., General Farmer, Claflin, Kan. General Farmer, 1908-
--- RICHARDS, James C., B. S., E. E., Salesman for Hoffman Mills, Enterprise, Kan., 815 N. Tenth St., St. Joseph, Mo.
--- RIDDLE, Genevieve Louise, B. S., Principal of High School, Kuna, Idaho. Science Instructor, Sallisaw, Okla., 1908-’09; Science Instructor, Ontario, Ore., 1909-’10; Homesteading 160 Acres Dry Land, Eight Miles Southeast of Boise, Idaho, and Teaching District School, 1910-’12; Principal, Kuna High School, 1912-
--- (ROBERTSON) SMITH, Blanche, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 557 Vermillion Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Record Clerk, K. S. A. C., 1908-’10; Housewife, 1910-
--- SCHILD, Clara Dorothy, B. S., Principal of High School, 612 Fremont St., Manhattan, Kan. Principal of High School, Manhattan, Kan., 1909- ; Student, Chicago University, Summers, 1911, 1912, 1913-
--- SIMPSON, Jay Warren, B. S., E. E., Rice Grower, El Campo, Texas. Principal, Provincial Trade School, Bureau of Education, Lingayen, Pangasinan, Philippine Islands, 1908-’12; Rice Grower, 1912-
--- (SMITH) BIXBY, Hallie M., B. S., D. S., Housewife, U. S. R. S., Minidoka, Idaho. At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1908-’11; Housewife, 1911- ; Residences: Philadelphia, Pa., 1911=’12; Minidoka, Idaho, 1912-
--- SMITH, Jay Latimer, B. S., Agri., Realty Broker, 557 Vermillion, Edomonton, Alberta, Canada. U. S. Government Sheep Inspector, New Mexico, 1908; Salesman for the Aluminum Company, Pittsburg, Pa., 1909-’12-
--- (SMITH) GRAVES, Margaret Grace, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Corvallis, Ore.
--- SMITH, Martin Gilbert, D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinary Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 721 E. Forty-second St., Chicago, Ill. Practiced Veterinary Medicine, Wellington, Kan., 1908-’12; Veterinary Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1912-
--- SNAPP, Arthur R., B. S., Agri., Farmer, Sunburst, Mont. Agent in Scabies Eradication, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry, Albuquerque, New Mex., 1908; Farmer, near Belleville, Kan., 1909-’12; Filed on Homestead near Sweetgrass, Mont., 1912; Farmer, Sunburst, Mont., 1913-
--- STRONG, Herbert D., B. S., S., E. E., In General Electric Sales Office, California.
--- SULLIVAN, Daniel Charles, B. S., Stockman.
--- SWEET, Helen Louise, B. S., D. S., Teacher in Imperial, Cal., 325 W. Tenth St., Long Beach, Cal. City Librarian, Hampton, Iowa, 1908-’12; Teacher, Imperial, Cal., 1912-
--- TAFT, Edwin Springer, B. S., Agri., Assistant Manager, Retail Coal Yard, Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co., Y. M. C. A., Sioux City, Iowa. General Secretary, Y. M. C. A., University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S. Dak., 1908-’11; Salesman, Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company, 1911-12-
--- TAYLOR, Irene Alma, B. S., D. S., At Home, Chapman, Kan.
--- (TEAGARDEN) BARDO, Maude E., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 121 N. Second St., Arkansas City, Kan. General Agent for Union Publishing Home of Chicago, Ill., at 1 Lewis St., Binghamton, N. Y., 1908-’09-
--- THOMPSON, Raymond Charles, B. S., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry and Chemist of Experiment Station, University of Arkansas, 513 Highland Ave., Fayetteville, Ark. Assistant Chemist, K. S. A. C., 1908-’10; Graduate Student, ibid., 1908-’09; First Assistant Chemist, Arkansas Experiment Station, 1910-’11; in Charge of Department of Agriculture Chemistry and the Chemistry Department of the Experiment Station, University of Arkansas, 1911-
--- (TOLIN) JEFFS, Bessie L., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1508 Buchanan St., Topeka, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science, Marshall, Texas, 1908-’10; At Home, Soldier, Kan., 1910-’11; Housewife, Topeka, Kan., 1911-
--- TRUNK, Matilda, B. S., D. S., Teacher, Henryetta, Okla. Teacher, Plains, Kan., 1908-’09; Teacher, Keats, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher, Henryetta, Okla., 1911-
--- (TULLOSS) MCLEAN, Elsie, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1005 Bluemont Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science, Ottawa High School, 1908-’09; Housewife, 1909- ; Residences: Mexico City, Mex., 1909-’12; Manhattan, Kan., 1912-
--- WALKER, Carroll, B. S., E. E., Grain Dealer, Lillis, Kan.
--- WALTERS, Daniel, B. S., Arch., Merchant, Beloit, Kan. Arcnitect, Beloit, Kan.; Merchant, Beloit, Kan.
--- WELSH, Charles R., B. S., E. E., County Engineer, Clay County, Clay Center, Kan. Automobile Salesman, 1908-’10; County Engineer, Clay County, 1910-
--- (WETZIG) TERRASS, Pauline Emilie, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Alma, Kan.
--- WILLARD, Charles J., B. S., Farmer, Williamsburg, Va. Student, University of Illinois, 1908-’10; Farmer, Bradford, Kan., 1911-’13; Farmer, Williamsburg, Va., 1913-
--- (WILLIS) CALL, Clara, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 609 N. Ninth St., Manhattan, Kan. Instructor in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1906-’10; Housewife, 1910-
--- WILSON, Bruce Steinhoff, B. S., Agri., Assistant in Farm Demonstrations, Agronomy Department, K. S. A. C., 520 N. Manhattan, Ave., Manhattan, Kan. With Agronomy Department, K. S. A. C., 1908-’10; Farm Foreman, ibid., 1910-’11; Assistant in Agronomy and Foreman of Experimental Farm, ibid., 1911-’12; Assistant in Farm Demonstrations, ibid., 1912-
--- (WILSON) ELLIOTT, Frances Odell, B. S. Housewife.
--- WILSON, Ira A., B. S., E. E., Farmer, Winfield, Kan. Farmer, 1908-
--- WOLF, Nelle, B. S., D. S., At Home, 431 Humboldt St., Manhattan, Kan.
---WRIGHT, Andrew H., D. S., Agri., Assistant Agronomist, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, West College Ave., Stillwater, Okla. Instructor in Science and Agricultural, High School, Lyons, Kan., 1908-’09; U. S. Department of Agricultural, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1909; Agriculturist, Haskell State School of Agricultural, Broken Arrow, 1909-’10; Assistant Agronomist, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, 1910-
--- YOUNG, Stuart Smith, B. S., E. E., Superintendent, Star Electrical Company, 1013 S. Walnut St., Coffeyville, Kan. In Employ of Electrical Engineering Department, K. S. A. C., Fall of 1908; Power Plant Construction at Chapman, Kan., 1909; Foreman, Stevens Electric Company, Coffeyville, Kan., 1909-’11; Superintendent and Part Owner, Star Electrical Company, Coffeyville, Kan., 1911-

1909


--- ADAMS, Franklin Alexander, B. S., E. E., Assistant Cashier, Stockgrowers’ Bank, Maple Hill, Kan. Signal Repairman, Pennsylvania Lines, Allegheny, Pa., 1909-’10; Student, Cornell University, 1910-’11; Assistant Cashier, Stockgrowers’ State Bank, 1911-
--- ALLEMAN, M. Reuben, B. S., Agri., Dairy Farmer, 350 Second St., Seattle, Wash.
--- ALSPAUGH, Clyde Harrison, B. S., Agri., Eleele, Hawaii, Farmer, Lincolnville, Kan., 1909-’11; Agriculturist, Boys’ Industrial School, Waialee, Territory of Hawaii, 1911-’13; Vocational Instructor, Eleele, Hawaii, 1913-
--- (APITZ) MCCAMPBELL, Jessie Edwina, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Manhattan, Kan.
--- ARMSTRONG, Ralph A., B. S., M. E., Associate in Shop and Drawing, Technological High School, 141 E. North Ave., Atlanta, Ga. Superintendent of Trade School, Kansas State Reformatory, Hutchinson, Kan., 1909-’11; Associate in Shop and Drawing, Technological High School, Atlanta, Ga., 1911-
--- (AXTELL) GLOVER, Marguerite, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 207 E. Broadway St., Newton, Kan.
--- BALES, Harold W., D. V. M., Vet. S., U. S. Veterinary Inspector, 542 Custom House, Louisville, Ky. General Practice of Veterinary Medicine, 1909-’11; Veterinary Inspector with U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1911-
--- (BARNETT) BONEBRAKE, Cecil Pearl, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 352 S. Grand, Orange, Cal. At Home, 1909-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- BEALEY, Edward E., B. S., Agri. Died in 1912-
--- BERKELEY, Robert E., B. S., Farm Loans, Kansas City, Mo. Assistant Cashier and Main Stockholder, Jewell County National Bank, Burr Oak, Kan.; Farm Loans, Kansas City, Mo.
--- BONEBRAKE, Casey C., B. S., E. E., City Engineer, 352 S. Grand St., Orange, Cal. Farmer, 1909-’10; Mercantile Business, 1910-’12; City Engineer, 1912-
--- BOYLE, Charles Joseph, B. S., Agri., Farmer, Spivey, Kan. Farmer, Spivey, Kan., 1909-
--- BRINK, Raymond W., B. S., E. E., Instructor in Mathematics, College of Engineering, University of Minnesota, 209 State St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Instructor in Mathematics, University of Idaho, 1909-’12; Instructor in Mathematics, University of Minnesota, 1912-
--- (BROOKS) HAZEN, Ella V., B. S., D. S., Housewife, Ithaca, N. Y. Housewife, 1909- ; Residences: Centralia, Kan., 1909-’10; Eureka, Kan., 1910-’11; Amarillo, Texas, 1911-’12; Ithaca, N. Y., 1912-
--- BROWN, Frances Langdon, B. S., D. S., Head of Home Economics Division, Extension Service, K. S. A. C., 514 N. Ninth St., Manhattan, Kan. Head of Home Economics Division, Extension Service, K. S. A. C., 1909-
--- BRYANT, Virgil C., M. S., Agri., In Charge of Agricultural Department of High School, Hotel Los Banas, Los Banas, Cal. Student at Berkeley and University of California, 1910-’11; M. S. in Agriculture, University of California, 1910-’11; M. S. in Agriculture, University of California, 1911-
--- CARLSON, Anna Wilhelmina, B. S., Student Assistant in Mathematics, K. S. A. C., 1919-’12; Postgraduate Work in Mathematics, ibid., 1911-’12; Instructor in Mathematics and Agriculture, Barber County High School, Medicine Lodge, Kan., 1912. Died July 30, 1913-
--- CARPENTER, Florence, B. S., D. S., At Home, Holcomb, Kan. At Home, Woodsdale, Kan., 1909-’10; At Home, Holcomb, Kan., 1910-
--- CASSEL, Sarah Elizabeth, B. S., D. S., Domestic Sciences Teacher, 5323 Pitt St., New Orleans, La. Teacher of Domestic Science, New Orleans, La., 1910-
--- CHRISTIE, George Sidney, B. S., Agri., Howard, Kan.
--- (COCKRELL) DANIELS, Edna E., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 327 S. Poplar St., Centralia, Ill. Teacher of Domestic Art and Science, Bennet Academy, Clarkson, Miss.; Housewife, 1910--; Residences: Omaha and Hastings, Nebr., and Centralia, Ill.
--- CONNER, Claude S., D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinarian, Smith Center, Kan. Veterinarian, Lyons, Kan., 1909-’13; Veterinarian, Smith Center, Kan., 1913-
--- COOK, Louis Graham, B. S., Farmer and Stock Raiser, R. 1, Effingham, Kan.
--- COONS, M. Marie, B. S., D. S., At Home, Manhattan, Kan. At Home, 1909-
--- (COPLEY) BUCHHOLTZ, Margaret, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 313 S. Water St., Olathe, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science, Kansas School for Deaf, 1909-’11; Clerk in Record Clerk’s Office, K. S. A. C., 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- CUDNEY, Herman L., B. S., Farmer, R. 5, Haviland, Kan. Farmer, Haviland, Kan., 1909-
--- DANIELS, James Scott, B. S., General Secretary, Y. M. C. A., Centralia, Ill. Student, Y. M. C. A. Training School, Chicago, 1909-’10; In Y. M. C. A. Work in Nebraska, 1910-’13; General Secretary, Y. M. C. A., Centralia, Ill., 1913-
--- DAUGHTERS, Curtis Lynn, B. S., Editor, Council Grove, Kan.
--- DAVIS, Leon Milehame, B. S., Agri., Assistant Professor of Dairy Industry, University of California, University Farm, Davis, Cal. Instructor in Dairy Industry. University of California, 1909-’12; Assistant Professor of Dairy Industry, ibid., 1912- ; In Charge of Dairy Department, ibid., 1913-
--- DEAVER, Ruby Fae, B. S., Cassoday, Kan.
--- (DOCKING) WEBER, Lulu H., B. S., Housewife, 134 Clinton Ave., Albany, N. Y.
--- ENFIELD, William L., B. S., E. E., Electrical Engineer, 1894 E. Sixty-ninth St., Cleveland, Ohio. Graduate Student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1909-’10; Engineering Department, National Electric Lamp Company, 1910-’11; Electrical Engineer, General Manufacturing Department, National Quality Lamp Division of General Electric Company, 1911-
--- EVANS, Wilma Dette, B. S., D. S., Domestic Science Teacher, Government Academy, Tuskahoma, Okla. Goodland, Kan. (Home). Teacher of Domestic Science, Houston, (Texas) Schools, 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science, Sherman County High School, Goodland, Kan., 1911-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, Government School for Choctaw Girls, Tuskahoma, Okla., 1912-
--- (FENTON) KITTELL, Marie, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1219 Garfield Ave., Topeka, Kan. Extension Department, University of Wisconsin, Fall and Winter of 1909-’10; and Winter of 1910-’11; Extension Department, K. S. A. C., Fall of 1910 and Spring of 1911-
--- FOOTE, Donald Forrest, B. S., E. E., Manager Missouri Valley Light and Power Company’s El Dorado Springs Property, El Dorado Springs, Mo. General Utility Man with Pike’s Peak Hydro-Electric Company, Manitou, Colo.; General Utility Station Operator with Colorado Springs Light, Heat and Power Company, 1909-’11; Manager, Aguilar Light and Power Company, Aguilar, Colo.; With Progressive Stove and Furnace Company, Colorado City, Colo., 1911-’12; With Blue Bird Gold Mining and Milling Company, Independence, Colo.; Manager, Missouri Valley Light and Power Company, El Dorado Springs, Mo., 1912-
--- (FORCEMAN) PARKS, Minnie L., B. S., D. S., Housewife, Bellaire, Kan. Assistant in Domestic Art, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1910-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- GISON, Ambrosio, B. S., Agri., Senior Student, College of Veterinary Science, University of the Philippines, 722 Tayuman St., San Lazaro Immunizing Station, Manila, P. I. Agricultural Assistant of the Bureau of Agriculture, Government of the Philippine Islands; Veterinary Research Laboratory, Alabang, Rizal, P. I.
--- GRAVES, Roy R., B. S., Agri., Professor of Dairy Husbandry, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore. Superintendent of Kansas City Pure Milk Commission, 1909; Manager, Hillcrest Dairy Company, Kansas City, Mo., 1909-’10; Manager, Lake View Dairy Farm, Greenwood, Mo., 1910-’11; Research Fellow and Graduate Student, University of Missouri, 1911-’12; Dairyman, Dairy Division, U. S. Department of Agriculture,1912-’13; Professor of Dairy Husbandry, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore., 1913-
--- GRIZZELL, Chester W., D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinarian, Seventh and Adams Sts., Sterling, Kan.
--- HAINES, Charles Meyers, B. S., M. E., Traveling Immigration Agent, 704 Main St., Fort Worth, Texas. Superintendent of Manual Training, Public Schools, Albia, Iowa, 1909-’10; Director of Manual Arts, City Schools, Atchinson, Kan., 1910-’11; Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, College Station, Texas, 1911-’13; Traveling Immigration Agent for the Joint Immigration Bureau of the St. L. I. M. & S. T. & P., & I. & G. N., 1913-
--- HAMLER, Harry T., B. S., M. E., Farmer, Hoisington, Kan.
--- HANSON, Anton, B. S., M. E., Jamestown, Kan.
--- HARNER, James William, D. V. M., Vet. S., Green, Kan. United States Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry, Paris, Texas, 1911-
--- HARRI, Fritz F., B. S., LL. B., Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 4123 Eleventh St., N. E., Seattle, Wash. Law Student, University of Washington, 1909-’12; LL. B., University of Washington, 1912; General Practice, 405-9 New York Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
--- (HARRISON) JORGENSON, Annie, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 427 Byron St., Mankato, Minn. At Home, Jewell, Kan., 1909-’10; Housewife, 1910-
--- (HAWKINS) GALLUP, Stella, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Marysville, Kan. At Home, 1909; Housewife, 1910-
--- HAYNES, Lawrence Glenn, B. S., E. E., Farmer, Wamego, Kan. Agent, Scabies Eradication, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Albuquerque, New Mex., 1909; Forest Guard, Forest Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Magdalena, New Mex., 1909-’10; Forest Ranger, Forest Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Magdalena, New Mex., 1910-’14; Farmer, Wamego, Kan., 1914-
--- (HAZEN) REXROAD, Alice Mabel, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 100 E. Sixteenth St., Hutchinson, Kan. Instructor of Domestic Science, Larimore, N. Dak., 1909-’11; Housewife, 1911--; Residences: Mitchell, S. Dak., 1911-’12; Hutchinson, Kan., 1912-
--- (HENDERSON) SELIG, Geneva L., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 219 Farmer St., El Dorado, Kan. Instructor in Domestic Science, El Dorado High School.
--- HENDERSON, Helen Day, B. S., At Home, 3518 Virginia Ave., Kansas City, Mo. At Home, 1909-
--- HILL, Thomas Newton, B. S., Teacher, Milligan College, Tennessee. Instructor of Science and Mathematics in El Dorado (Kansas) High School, 1909-’10; Student, Kansas University (Medical School), 1910-’11; A. B., Kansas University, 1911; Instructor in Beckley Institute, Beckley, W. Va., 1911-’13; Teacher, Milligan College, Tennessee, 1913-
--- HIRST, Jesse T., B. S., M. E., Hutchinson, Kan. Draftsman for Kansas Chemical Manufacturing Company, 1910-’11; Assistant in Mathematics and Physics, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Ill., 1912-’13-
--- HOLLOWAY, Vera E., B. S., D. S., High School Instructor in Home Economics, 245 S. Kenwood St., Glendale, Cal. Instructor in Home Economics, Pratt County High School, 1909-’10; Instructor in Home Economics, Los Angeles State Normal, 1909-’10; Instructor in Home Economics, Glendale Union High School, 1911-
--- (HOWELL) ZAHNLEY, Mabelle, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 115 Farmer St., El Dorado, Kan. Teacher of Intermediate Grades, Dwight, Kan., 1909-’10; Housewife, El Dorado, Kan., 1910-
--- HOWENSTINE, Charles Clinton, B. S., E. E., Engineer, General Electric Company, 528 Western Ave., Lynn, Mass. Student Engineer, Allis-Chalmers Company, 1909-’11; Engineer, General Electric Company, 1911-
--- (HULL) THOMPSON, Grace G., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 513 Highland Ave., Fayetteville, Ark. At Home, Orange, Cal., 1909-’11; Housewife, Fayetteville, Ark., 1911-
--- HUNTER, Oliver William, B. S., Instructor in Bacteriology, K. S. A. C., 1616 Fairchild Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Graduate Student in Bacteriology, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Graduate Student in Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin, 1910-’11; Instructor in Department of Bacteriology, K. S. A. C., 1911-
--- INGHAM, Edith Belle, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, 307 Van Ness Ave., Fresno, Cal. Teacher of Domestic Science, Brownwood, Texas, 1910-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, Fresno, Cal., 1912-
--- IRVING, William H., B. S., E. E., Special Signal Apprentice with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Lines West, 447 Beechwood Ave., Carnegie, Pa. Special Signal Apprentice with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Lines West, 1911-
--- JACOBUS, Charles R., B. S., E. E., Power and Mining Commercial Department, General Electric Company, 13 Eagle St., Schenectady, N. Y. Special Work at K. S. A. C., 1908-’09; College Electrician, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Testing Department, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y., 1910-’11; Trouble “Shooting,” ibid., 1911-’12; Power and Mining Commercial Department, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y., 1912-
--- JONES, Edith Ellen, B. S., D. S., Assistant to the Dean of Agriculture and Director of Experiment Station, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan. Secretary, Agronomy Department, K. S. A. C., 1909-’13; Assistant to the Dean of Agriculture and Director of Experiment Station, 1913-
--- JONES, Elmer W., B. S., E. E., Electrical Engineer with Kansas City Electric Light and Power Company, 2105 Monroe Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
--- JUSTIN, Margaret M., B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, Bennett Academy, Clarkson, Miss. Dietitian, Kansas City Hospital, 1909-’11; Sewing Teacher, School for Deaf, Olathe, 1911-’13; Teacher of Domestic Science, Bennett Academy, Clarkson, Miss., 1913-
--- KAWAI, Nobuzo, B. S., Agri., University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, Manager, Piazzek Stock Farm, 1911; Student, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1912-
--- KENNEDY, Ada, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, City Schools, Pasadena, Cal. Teacher, Topeka, Kan., 1909-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, City Schools, Pasadena, Cal., 1912-
--- KIGER, Harry E., B. S., Agri., Director of Agriculture in High School, Park Rapids, Minn. Assistant in Animal Husbandry, Purdue University, LaFayette, Ind., 1909-’10; Farmer, Burlington, Kan., 1910-’11; Director of Agriculture, Park Rapids High School, Park Rapids, Minn., 1911-
--- KING, Loyd L., B. S., E. E., Electrician, Santa Fe System, Mechanical Department, A., T. & S. F. Railway, Topeka, Kan. Electrician, Mechanical Department, A., T. & S. F. Railway, 1911-
--- KING, Walter J., B. S., M. E., Highway Engineer, 1616 Fairchild Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Superintendent of Trades, Kansas State Industrial Reformatory, Hutchinson, Kan., 1909-’12; Fellow in Experimental Engineering, K. S. A. C., 1912-’13; Assistant in Highway Engineering, ibid., 1913-
--- KING, William Arthur, B. S., Teacher of History and Civics, High School, 1312 Summer St., Aberdeen, Wash. Office Work, Manhattan, Kan., 1909-’10; Teacher of History and Civics, High School, Aberdeen, Wash., 1910-
--- KIPP, Carl L., B. S., E. E., Music Merchant, Manhattan, Kan.
--- KITTELL, Albert G., B. S., Editorial Department, “Mail and Breeze,” 1219 Garfield Ave., Topeka, Kan.
--- (KITTELL) CONNER, Amanda C., B. S., D. S., Housewife, Smith Center, Kan. Stenographer, Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1909-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- KRATZER, David A., B. S., M. E., Teacher of Manual Training, High School, 1117 Arch St., Topeka, Kan. Teacher of Manual Training, Gas, Kan., 1909-’11; Assistant Field Engineer, Middle West Stone Company, Summer of 1910-
--- KUBIN, Edison Frank, D. V. M., Vet. S., Practicing Veterinary Medicine, McPherson, Kan. House Physician, 1909-’10; In Charge of Serum Plant, K. S. A. C., 1910-’11; Assistant in Veterinary Department, ibid., 1911-’12-
--- (LEUSZLER) MONTGOMERY, Grace E., B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1391 Raymond Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Teacher, Marshall County, Kansas, 1909-’10; Instructor in Domestic Science and Art, Fullerton Union High School, Fullerton, Cal., 1910-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- LILL, Joe Grigsby, M. S., Agri., Assistant in Dry Land Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Garden City, Kan. Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1910-’11; Assistant in Soils, ibid., 1911-’13; Assistant in Dry Land Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1913-
--- LOGAN, Edward A., D. V. M., Vet. S., City Chemist and Bacteriologist, Professor of Bacteriologist and Pathology, St. Joseph Veterinary College, 1104 S. Twentieth St., St. Joseph, Mo. Hardware Merchant, 1905-’06; Student, K. S. A. C. Veterinary School, 1906-’09; Practicing Veterinary Medicine, Wamego, Kan., 1909-’12; City Chemist and Bacteriologist, also Professor of Bacteriologist and Pathology, St. Joseph Veterinary College, 1912-
--- MCCHEYNE, Gertrude Muriel, B. S., D. S., Supervisor of Home Economics Extension Work, State of Utah, Utah Agricultural College, Extension Division, Logan, Utah. Lecturer in Home Economics, Purdue University, 1909-’11; In Charge of Extension Work for Women, Purdue University, 1911-’12; Supervisor of Home Economics Extension Work, Agricultural College, Utah, 1912-
--- MCCOY, John E., D. V. M., Vet. S., General Veterinary Practice, Cawker City, Kan. Veterinarian, Thayer, Kan., 1909-’11; Veterinarian, Cawker City, Kan., 1911-
--- MCCRAY, J. Myron, B. S., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, High Schools.
--- MCNALL, Preston Essex, B. S., E. E., Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan. Electrical Work, General Electric and Edison Electric Companies, Los Angeles, Cal., 1909-’11; Instructor, High School, Minneapolis, Kan., 1911-’12; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1912-’13-
--- MARCH, Eleanor, B. S., D. S., Supervisor of Domestic Art, Hastings Grade Schools, 517 N. Hastings, Hastings, Nebr. Clerk in Secretary’s Office, K. S. A. C., 1910’11; Teacher of Sewing, and Supervisor, School for Deaf, Olathe, Kan., 1911-’12; Supervisor of Domestic Art, Hastings Grade Schools, Hastings, Nebr., 1912-’13-
--- MARTIN, John Edward, B. S., Principal of High School, Redfield, S. Dak. Instructor in Science, Mitchell, S. Dak., 1909-’12; Principal at Redfield High School, 1912-’13-
--- MAYER, Frederick Herman, B. S., E. E., Electrical Designer, 3630 S. Flower St., Los Angeles, Cal. With Engineering Department of Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1909-’10; With Engineering Department of the Southern California Edison Company, as Designer of Power Houses and Distributing Stations, 1910-
--- MEADE, Virginia Lee, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science, High School, Topeka, Kan., 1910-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1912-
--- MEENEN, Peter J., D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinarian, 312 Glenolden, Ave., Glenolden, Pa. Veterinarian at the H. K. Mulford Biological Laboratories, Glenolden, Pa., 1909-
--- MILLIKEN, Frances Burzley, B. S., Agri., Farmer, R. 3, Hill City, Kan. Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Assistant Entomologist, ibid., 1910-’12-
--- MOOREMAN, Claude, B. S., Agri., Stock Inspector, Box 347, Albuquerque, New Mex.
--- MOORMAN, Ross, B. S., Agri., Interstate Vaccine Company, 903 E. Twelfth St., Kansas City, Mo. Farmer, Burr Oak, Kan., 1909-’11; U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1911-’13; Interstate Vaccine Company, 1913-
--- MORRIS, Grace, B. S., D. S., At Home, 934 Haskell Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
--- MORROW, Effie May, B. S., D. S., Teacher in Boys’ Industrial School, Topeka, Kan.; R. 3, Blue Rapids, Kan. (Home).
--- MORWICK, Elizabeth Lovinia, B. S., D. S., Teacher, City Schools, Eskridge, Kan. At Home, Eskridge, Kan., 1909-’10; Teacher, Third and Fourth Grades, Eskridge, Kan., 1910-
--- MOSELEY, Margaret Ethel, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, High School, Hiawatha, Kan.; Alma, Kan. (Home). At Home, 1909-’10; Teacher of Domestic Science, Industrial School for Girls, Beloit, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science, Hiawatha High School, Hiawatha, Kan., 1911-
--- NOEL, Guy D., B. S., Agri., Farmer, Delphos, Kan. Assistant Agronomist in Charge of State Experiment Station, South Dakota, 1909-’10; Teacher, High School, Kansas, 1910-’11; Superintendent Branch Experiment Station, Dodge City, Kan., 1911-’13; Farmer, Delphos, Kan., 1913-
--- NORLIN, John W., B. S., Agri., General Merchant, McCracken, Kan. Thresherman, 1909; Secretary to J. H. Miller, 1911-’12; General Merchant, 1912-
--- OBLEFIAS, Victor F., B. S., Agri., Principal, Lopez Intermediate School, Lopez, Tayabas Province, Philippines. Teacher of Agriculture, Atimonau Intermediate School, 1909-’11; Supervising Teacher, District of Lopez, Division of Tayabas, 1911-’13; Principal, Lopez Intermediate School, 1913-
--- OMAN, Victor Emanuel, B. S., E. E., Electrical Supplies, and Contracting, Weiser, Idaho. Electrical Department, A., T. & S. F. Railway Company, 1909-’11; Electrician, Weiser, Idaho, 1911-’12-
--- OSKINS, Myrtle, B. S., Teacher, Civil Service, Busby, Mont. Attended Business College, Manhattan, Kan., 1910; Stenographer in President’s Office, K. S. A. C., 1910; At Home, West Plains, Mo., 1911-’12; Teacher, Indian Service, Pryor, Mont., 1912; Teacher, Tongue River Training School, Busby, Mont., 1913-
--- PARKER, James Oliver, B. S., E. E., Distributing Officer, U. S. Court, Arkansas River, Kearny and Finney Counties, Lakin, Kan. Electrical Work, Garden City Project, U. S. Reclamation Service, Deerfield, Kan., 1909; Electrician, Sugar Factory, Garden City, Kan., 1909; Surveyor for U. S. Sugar and Land Company, Lakin, Kan., 1910-’11; Distributing Officer, U. S. Court, for Arkansas River, Kearny and Finney Counties, Lakin, Kan., 1911-
--- PAYNE, John Howard, D. V. M., Vet. S., U. S. Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry, 6124 S. Park Ave., Chicago, Ill. Practiced Veterinary Medicine at Blue Rapids, Kan., 1909-’11; U. S. Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Chicago, 1911-
--- PEACHEY, Vernon D., B. S., M. E., Machinist, 804 B. East, Hutchinson, Kan. Chief Engineer, Oskaloosa Electric Light and Ice Company, Oskaloosa, Kan., 1909; Machinist, Nelson Manufacturing and Supply Company, Hutchinson, Kan., 1910-
--- PENDON, Claro, B. S., Agri., Assistant Agricultural Inspector, Care of Bureau of Agriculture, Manila, P. I.
--- PENNINGTON, Harold Albert, B. S., Agri., Farmer, R. 3, Hutchinson, Kan. Farmer, 1909-
--- POPENOE, Hubert L., B. S., Agri., Director in Agriculture, High School, Box 170, Alexandria, Minn. Farmer and Stockman, 1909-’12; Director in Agriculture, State High School, Alexandria, Minn., 1912-
--- PORTER, Lulu Moore, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, Shelburn, Ore. Assistant Principal, High School, Coquelle, Ore., 1909-’11; Instructor of Domestic Science, Oregon City High School, Oregon City, Ore., 1911-’12-
--- RANDALL, Leaffa Laura, B. S., In Charge of Home Economics Department, Arkansas State Normal School, 208 Davis St., Conway, Ark. Instructor of Home Economics, Seventh and Eighth Grades, Oklahoma City Public Schools, 1909-’10; Instructor of Domestic Science, Oklahoma City High School, 1910-’12-
--- RECORDS, Harold S., B. S., Agri., Instructor in Manual Training, Deer River School, Deer River, Minn. Creameryman, Melvern, Kan., 1909; Buttermaker, Montpelier, Ind., and Connersville, Ind., 1910; Chassis Assembler, McFarlan Automobile Company, Connersville, Ind., 1911; Teacher, Frankfort School, Frankfort, Kan., 1911-’12; Instructor in Manual Training, Deer River School, Deer River, Minn., 1912-
--- REED, Ernest Carl, B. S., E. E., Machine Shop Foreman, Kansas Natural Gas Company, 518 W. Main, Independence, Kan. Machine Shop Foreman, Kansas Natural Gas Company, 1909-
--- REXROAD, Guy C., B. S., M. E., Manager, Rexroad Engineering Company, 100 E. Sixteenth St., Hutchinson, Kan. Draftsman, then Engineer and Superintendent, of Sellers Motor Car Company, 1910-’11; Supervisor of Manual Training and Mechanical Drawing, Mitchell, S. Dak., 1911-’12; Manager and Joint Proprietor, Rexroad Engineering Company, Hutchinson, Kan., 1912-
--- RICHARDS, John A., B. S., M. E., Instructor in Mathematics and Manual Training, Tucson, Ariz.
--- RIGNEY, Ida Ethel, B. S., D. S., Assistant in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1207 Poyntz Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Dietitian, Ensworth Hospital, St. Joseph, Mo., 1909-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, Wichita High School, 1910-’12; Assistant in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1912-
--- RUEDE, Eugene M., B. S., E. E., Engineer, Street Department Commonwealth Edison Company, 3915 Congress St., Chicago, Ill. Armour Institute of Technology, 1910. Assistant to Engineer, Western Electric Company, Chicago; Illuminating Engineer, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
--- SALKELD, Alvertis Santford, B. S., E. E., Testing Department, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y., 1911-
--- SAVAGE, George Arthur, B. S., Farmer, R. 3, Miltonvale, Kan. Farmer, 1909-
--- SCHELL, Albert Leslie, B. S., Teacher of Science, 1626 Park Place Ave., Wichita, Kan. Student, Friends University, 1910-’11; A. B., ibid., 1911; Principal of Viola (Kansas) High School, 1911-’12; In Science Department of Wichita (Kansas) High School, 1912-
--- SCHILD, Hugo, B. S., E. E., Electrician, A., T. & S. F. Railway Company, 611 S. Jefferson, Box 112, Wellington, Kan. Wireman, Hays City Light and Power Company, Hays City, Kan., and Beloit Light and Water Company, Beloit, Kan., 1909; Electrician, Chas. Wolff Packing Company, Topeka, Kan., 1909-’11; Electrician, A., T. & S. F. Railway, Wellington, Kan., 1911-
--- SCHNEMAYER, Susanna, B. S., D. S., Teacher, Public Schools, 923 Garfield Ave., Topeka, Kan. Teacher, 1909-
--- (SCHORER) RICKENBACHER, Minnie, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 715 E. Main St., Turlock, Cal.
--- SELBY, Kathleen, B. S., D. S., At Home, Downs, Kan. Student in Summer School, Washington State University, 1909; Basketball Coach and Assistant in Girls’ Gymnasium, K. S. A. C., 1909; At Home, Downs, Kan., 1910-
--- SHELLY, William Lenley, B. S., Agri., Farmer, R. 1, Atchinson, Kan. Farm Work in Oregon and Engineering in Idaho, 1910; Orange Growing, Alvin, Texas, 1911-’12; Apple Growing, Atchison, Kan., 1912-’13; General Farming, Atchison, Kan., 1913-
--- SIKES, Elva Lucretia, B. S., D. S., At Home, Leonardville, Kan. Batavia Teacher, Manhattan City Schools, 1909-’10; Milliner in W. H. Sikes’ General Merchandise Store, Leonardville, Kan., 1910-
--- SIMPSON, Myrtle Edith, B. S., Milliner, 1019 Humboldt St., Manhattan, Kan. Student, University of Winconsin, 1910; Teacher, Leonardville, Kan., 1910-’11; Milliner, Manhattan, Kan., 1911-
--- SKINNER, Alice E., B. S., D. S., Assistant in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kan. Assistant, Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1910-’11; Postgraduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1911: Teacher of Domestic Science, Fairbury (Nebraska) High School, 1911-’12; Student, Teachers’ College, New York City, 1912-’13; Assistant in Domestic Science, K. S. A. C., 1913-
--- SPRIGGS, Roy E., B. S., M. E., Supervisor, Manual Training Department, Rochester City Schools, 623 W. Sixth St., Rochester, Minn. Supervisor of Manual Training, Creston, Iowa, 1909-’10; Supervisor of Manual Training, Lewiston, Minn., 1910-’11; Supervisor of Manual Training, Rochester, Minn., 1911-
--- STEELE, Effie Eleanor, B. S., D. S., At Home, Minneapolis, Kan.
--- SUTCLIFF, Leora Juanita, B. S., D. S., Instructor of Domestic Science and Art in Sumner County High School, 419 N. Court St., Wellington, Kan. Instructor in Domestic Science and Art in Sumner County High School, 1910-
--- TINKHAM, Merritt Rex, D. V. M., Vet. S., Building Contractor, First and A Sts., National City, Cal. Practicing Veterinarian, 1909; Deputy Veterinarian, San Diego, County, California, 1910-’11; Real Estate and Building Contractor, 1912-
--- VASS, Alonzo Frederick, B. S., Agri., Bacteriological Experiment Station Work, Corvallis, Ore. M. S., Wisconsin University, 1911; Bacteriological Experiment Station Work, Oregon Agricultural College, 1911-
--- WENKHEIMER, Alberta M., B. S., D. S., Principal of High School, Lewis, Kan. Teacher of Mathematics, Clay County High School, 1909-’10; Student, Kansas University, 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science, Correctionville, Iowa, 1912; Principal of High School, Belpre, Kan., 1912-’13-
--- WILKINS, Roy, B. S., E. E., In Testing Department, Pacific Gas and Electrical Company, 1401 L St., Sacramento, Cal. Student Engineer, Testing Department, General Electrical Company, 1910-’13-
--- WILLIAMS, Francis Buckner, B. S., Agri., Ranch Manager, San Dimas, Cal. Rancher and Nurseryman at Etiwanda, Cal., 1909-’11; Manager of Lomaritos Ranch, San Dimas, also of Claremont Heights Ranch, 1911-
--- WILLIAMS, Marie B., B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, Washington High School, Portland, Ore., 94 E. Seventeenth St., Portland, Ore.
--- WILLIAMS, Marion, B. S., D. S., Instructor of Domestic Science, Nebraska State Normal, 304 W. Twenty-sixth St., Kearney, Nebr. Instructor of Domestic Science, Nebraska State Normal, 1910-
--- WILLIS, Chloe May, B. S., D. S., At Home, R. 8, Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, May Day, Kan., 1909-’10; In Colorado, 1910-’11; Teacher, Pagoda, Colo., 1911; Teacher, Cross Mountain, Colo., 1911-’12; At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1912-
--- WILSON, Robert Hugh, D. V. M., Vet. S., Assistant Chief Veterinarian, Parke, Davis, & Co., Rochester, Mich. Assistant in Bacteriology, K. S. A. C., 1909-’10; Veterinary Bacteriologist, Research Laboratory, Parke, Davis, & Co., Detroit, Mich., 1910-’12; Assistant Chief Veterinarian, Parke, Davis, & Co., 1913-
--- WINTER, Henry B., B. S., Arch., Architect, Manhattan, Kan. Architect, Manhattan, Kan., 1909-
--- WYATT, Roy Milton, B. S., Arch., Architect and Engineer, 527 Commercial St., Atchison, Kan. Assistant City Engineer, Atchison, Kan., 1909-’12; Member of Firm, Crumpacker & Wyatt, Architects and Engineers, Atchison, Kan., 1912-
--- (YORK) PETERSON, Carrie V., B. S., D. S., Housewife, Montborne, Wash. At Home, Dunlap, Kan., 1909-’10; Housewife, 1910-
--- ZAHNLEY, James Walter, B. S., Instructor in Science and Agriculture, High School, 115 Farmer St., El Dorado, Kan. Superintendent of Schools, Dwight, Kan., 1909-’10; Instructor in Science and Agriculture in El Dorado High School, 1910-

1910


--- AICHER, Louis C., B. S., Agri., Scientific Assistant, U. S. Department of Agriculture; Superintendent, Aberdeen Co-operative Experiment Station, Aberdeen Experiment Station, Aberdeen, Idaho. Superintendent, Caldwell Experiment Farm (in Connection with the Idaho Experiment Station), Caldwell, Idaho, 1910-’11; In Charge of Department of Agricultural Engineering, University of Idaho, 1910-’11; Scientific Assistant, U. S. Department of Agriculture; Superintendent, Aberdeen Co-operative Experiment Station, Aberdeen, Idaho, 1912-
--- ALEXANDER, Winifred Lois, B. S., D. S., Clerk, Spokane, Wash.
--- (ALVORD) PURDY, Jessie Mabel, B. S., D. S., Housewife, and Clerk in Registrar’s Office, K. S. A. C., 630 Kearney St., Manhattan, Kan. Stenographer, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher, Hill City, Kan., 1911-’12; Housewife, White City, Kan., 1912-’13; Housewife and Clerk, Manhattan, Kan., 1913-
--- ALVORD, Raiffe, B. S., Teacher, Leonardville, Kan., 1910-’11-
--- ARNOTT, Isabelle C., B. S., D. S., High School Instructor in Home Economics and Agriculture, Blue Rapids, Kan. Graduate Student and Student Assistant in Library, K. S. A. C., 1910-’11; Instructor in Eskridge High School, 1911-’12; Instructor in Blue Rapids High School, 1912-
--- AUSTIN, Will David, B. S., Agri., Farmer and Stock Raiser, R. 1, Isabel, Kan. Farmer and Stock Raiser, near Isabel, Kan., 1910-
--- BAKER, Harvey Wilson, B. S., Agri., Florist, R. 2, Bethel, Kan. Foreman, State Forestry Station, Dodge City, Kan., 1910; Manager of White Church Farm and Green Houses for Armour and Company, Bethel, Kan., 1911-
--- BALLARD, Stella Louise, B. S., D. S., At Home, Washington, Kan. At Home, 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and Ancient History, 1911-’12; At Home, 1912-
--- BASCOM, Dorus Clark, B. S., County Agricultural Agent, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 317 Jackson St., Sterling, Colo. College Y. M. C. A., Ft. Collins, Colo., 1910-’12; County Agricultural Agent, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1912-
--- BERRY, Grace R., B. S., D. S., Instructor in Domestic Science, Southwest Texas State Normal School, San Marcos, Texas; 5179 Kensington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (Home). Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, Reno County High School, Nickerson, Kan., 1910-’11; Instructor in Domestic Science, Southwest Texas State Normal, San Marcos, Texas, 1913-
--- (BIXBY) DAVIS, Hazel, B. S., D. S., Housewife, University Farm, Davis, Cal. At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’11; Housewife, Davis, Cal., 1911-
--- BLAIR, Roscoe Eugene, B. S., Agri., Superintendent U. S. Experiment Farm, Bard, Cal. Apple Spraying Experiments, Kansas State Experiment Station, 1910; Office, Western Agriculture Extension, U. S. Department of Agriculture (Horticulture), San Antonio Experiment Farm, San Antonio, Texas, 1910-’13; In Charge of Yuma Experiment Farm, Bard, Cal., Office Western Irrigation Agriculture, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1913-
--- BLIZZARD, Warren Lale, B. S., Agri., Assistant in Animal Husbandry, K. S. A. C., 930 Laramie St., Manhattan, Kan. Manager Stock Farm, 1910-’11; Assistant in Animal Husbandry, K. S. A. C., 1911-
--- BOWER, Harley James, B. S., Agri., County Demonstration Agent, Parson, Kan. Assistant in Agronomy, Ohio State University, 1910-’12; Graduate Student, ibid., 1910-’12; In Charge of Department of Agronomy, Connecticut Agriculture College, 1912; County Demonstration Agent, Parsons, Kan., 1913-
--- BROWNING, James C., B. S., E. E., With Westinghouse Electric Company, Pittsburg, Pa.
--- BUSHEY, Glenn A., B. S., E. E., Abilene, Kan. With Westinghouse Electric Company, 1911-
--- (CARLTON) MURPHY, Etta, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 310 Leavenworth St., Manhattan, Kan. Ladies’ Tailoring, 1909-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- CASSEL, Charles E., B. S., Agri., Superintendent of Tribune Substation, Tribune, Kan. Assistant, Agronomy Department, K. S. A. C., 1910-’11; Superintendent of Tribune Experiment Substation, 1912-
--- CLARKE, Thomas Edward, B. S., Agri., Field Agent, North Dakota Better Farming Association, Harvey, N. Dak. Manager, Reno Shorthorns and Berkshires, Medora, Kan., 1910-’12; Field Agent, North Dakota Better Farming Association, Wells District, Harvey, N. Dak., 1912-
--- (CLEMMONS) STEFFY, Lillian, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Seattle, Wash.
--- (COFFMAN) ROBERTS, Ethel Ruth, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Morrill, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science and Art in High School, Lapwai, Idaho, 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and Art in High School, Onaga, Kan., 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- (CONNER) HARTMAN, Minnie Faye, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Inman, Kan. Companion to Mother, 1910; Music Teacher, 1911; Residence: Mitchell, Kan.; Inman, Kan.
--- CREE, Reva Violet, B. S., D. S., Supervisor of Home Economics, High School, 133 N. Ninth, Payette, Idaho. Instructor in Public Schools, and Supervisor of Domestic Art, Payette, Idaho, 1910-’11; Instructor of Home Economics, Science, and Mathematics, Hartford, Kan., 1911-’12; Instructor of Home Economics in Payette (Idaho) High School, 1913-
--- (CROW) TINKHAM, Ida Myrtle, B. S., D. S., Housewife, First and A Sts., National City, Cal. At Home, 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, High School, Kinsley, Kan., 1911-’12; Housewife, 1913-
--- (DALLAS) GORE, Ivon La Vergne, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Payson, Utah. At Home, Mound City, Kan., 1910-’11; Assistant Principal, High School, Colony, Kan., 1911-’13-
--- (DAVIES) OMAN, Susan, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Weiser, Idaho. At Home, 1910-’11; Housewife, 1911-
--- DAVISON, Mabel Ethel, B. S., D. S., At Home, Michigan Valley, Kan. At Home, Michigan Valley, Kan., 1910-
--- DAVIDSON, Wilbur Sumner, B. S., Agri., Student, Baker University, Michigan Valley, Kan. Farmer and Teacher, Michigan Valley, Kan., 1910-
--- DEARBORN, Edgar Hamilton, B. S., M. E., In Garage, Nowata, Okla. Instructor in Blacksmithing, Lahaina, Hawaii, 1910-’11; Student in Electrical Engineering, K. S. A. C., 1911-’12; Operating Engineer, Metropolitan Street Railway Company, Kansas City, Mo., 1912-
--- DEAVER, Harlan, B. S., Agri., Farmer, and Pure-Bred Corn Breeder, Sabetha, Kan. Farmer, and Pure-Bred Corn Breeder, 1910-’13; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1913-
--- DROGE, William F., B. S., Agri., Creamery Manager, 876 Billings St., Springfield, Mo. Assistant in Bacteriology, 1910-’11; Deputy State Dairy Commissioner, 1911-’13; Creamery Manager, Springfield, Mo., 1913-
--- DUNTON, Leila, B. S., M. S., Assistant in Milling Industry, K. S. A. C., 804 Moro St., Manhattan, Kan. Fellow in Chemistry, K. S. A. C., 1910-’12; M. S., K. S. A. C., 1912; Assistant in Milling Industry, K. S. A. C., 1912-
--- (ELLIOT) WOLF, Ruth, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 3212 Greenwood Terrace, Chicago, Ill.
--- ESTES, Maude, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science and English, Delphos (Kansas) High School, Delphos, Kan. Dry Goods Clerk in Junction City, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and English, Delphos High School, 1911-
--- FAIRMAN, Eugenia, B. S., Student in University School of Music, Lincoln, Nebr., 314 N. Eleventh St., Manhattan, Kan.
--- FAUBION, Rena Amella, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, Nickerson, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science and Art in the Academy at Eureka, Kan., 1910-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, Reno County High School, 1913-
--- (FOREST) WILSON, Lucile Mabel, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 239 Rockwood St., La Porte. Ind. At Home, 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, Le Roy High School, Le Roy, Kan., 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- GATES, Carrie May, B. S., D. S., Teacher, Altamont, Kan. Teacher of Home Economics and Physiology, Labette County High School, 1910-
--- GHORMLEY, Gilbert G., B. S., S., Partridge, Kan.
--- GINGERY, John B., D. V. M., Vet. S., Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Field Agent in Scabies Eradication, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1910; Employed by Live Stock Sanitary Commissioner of Kansas, 1910-’11; Superintendent of Hog Cholera Serum Production, K. S. A. C., 1911-’13; Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., 1913-
--- GISH, Amos H., D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinarian, 116-20 N. Main St., Eldorado, Kan. Veterinarian, Eldorado, Kan., 1910-
--- GORE, Harold William, B. S., Agri., Fruit Grower and Farmer, Payson, Utah. Farmer, Raymore, Mo., 1910-’11; Manager of Ranch, Etiwanda, Cal., 1911-’12; Farmer and Fruit Grower, Payson, Utah, 1913-
--- GROSS, Samuel S., B. S., Arch., Draftsman, Los Angeles, Cal.
--- GUY, Paul D., B. S., E. E., Winfield, Kan.
--- HAND, Ralph Robert, B. S., Agri., Farmer and R. F. D. Carrier, R. 1, Mayfield, Kan. Farmer, 1910-’11; Farmer and R. F. D. Carrier, 1911-
--- (HARRIS) TOTTEN, Carrie Olive, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Park Ridge, Ill. Clerk in Office of County Superintendent, Valentine, Nebr., 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- HARRISON, Floyd, B. S., M. E., Engineer with National Railroad of Mexico, 1531 Arch St., Norristown, Pa. Special Apprentice with American Locomotive Company, 1910-’11; Engineer on Construction, American Steel Foundries Company, 1911-’12; Engineer, Construction Engineering Department, National Railroads of Mexico, 1913-
--- HATHAWAY, Ella Sevilla, B. S., D. S., At Home, R. 5, Mankato, Kan. Homekeeper, Mankato, Kan., 1910-
--- (HEIM) MOFFITT, Christine M., B. S., D. S., Housewife, R. 3, Lincoln, Kan. Teacher, Rural School, Lincoln, Kan., 1910-’11; Instructor in Home Economics and History, Lincoln (Kansas) High School, 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- HEPLER, Ida Viola, B. S., Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., and Clerk in Office of Record Clerk, R. 4, Manhattan, Kan. At Home, 1910-’11; Teacher in High School, Harper, Kan., 1911-’12; Clerk in Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1912-’13; Graduate Student, and Clerk in Office of Record Clerk, 1913-
--- HERSHEY, Harry Ellis, B. S., E. E., Automatic Switchboard Installer.
--- (HOFMAN) BATES, Dorothy Louise, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Seattle, Wash.
--- HOPPER, William Avery, B. S., Arch., Cement Construction Work, Peabody, Kan. Electrician, Boise, Idaho, 1910-’13; Cement Construction Work, Peabody, Kan., 1913-
--- HUNGERFORD, De Forest, B. S., Agri., Instructor in Soils, University of Minnesota, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. Graduate Student, University of Minnesota, 1910-’11; Assistant in Soils, ibid., 1911-’12; Instructor in Soils, ibid., 1912-
--- HUNTER, Harley Main, B. S., Agri., Director of Agriculture, Topeka Industrial Institute, Drawer M, Topeka, Kan. Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1911; Farmer, 1912; Director of Agriculture, Topeka Industrial Institute, 1912-
--- IRVING, Emma Sophia, B. S., D. S., Nurse, Christ’s Hospital, Topeka, Kan. At Home, 1910-’11; Nurse, Christ’s Hospital, 1911-
--- IRWIN, Carl B., B. S., Agri., General Farmer, R. 1, Kimberly, Idaho. Farmer, Salina, Kan., 1910-’12; Farmer, Twin Falls, Idaho, 1912-
--- JOHNSON, Roy Mentzer, B. S., Agri., Dairy Farmer, Mankota, Kan. Dairy Farmer, Mankato, Kan., 1910-
--- JONES, Mary Edna, B. S., D. S., Director of Music, Northeast State Normal School, Tahlequah, Okla. Completed course in Piano and Voice, University School of Music, Lincoln, Nebr., 1911; Supervisor of Music, and High School Assistant, Hillsboro, N. Dak., 1911-’12; Clerk in Bank, Kansas City, Mo., Summer of 1912; Private Teacher of Voice and Piano, Manhattan, Kan., 1912; Postgraduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1912-
--- JUSTIN, ETHEL M., B. S., D. S., Teacher, 1212 Fremont St., Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, near Riley, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher, Bluemont School, Manhattan, 1911-
--- KEEBLE, Jesse A., B. S., Agri., Farmer, R. 4, White City, Kan. Foreman, R. H. Kimball Farm, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’11; Farmer, White City, Kan., 1912-
--- KELLOGG, Ruth May, B. S., D. S., Teacher in Manhattan City Schools, 713 Fremont, Manhattan, Kan. At Home, and Teaching in Manhattan, 1910-
--- KELLY, Paul Vincent, B. S., Bookkeeper, Caldwell Milling and Elevator Company, Caldwell, Idaho. Sales Manager, H. W. Howard & Co., Denver, Colo., 1911-’12; Bookkeeper, Caldwell Milling and Elevator Company, Caldwell, Idaho, 1912-
--- KILMER, Roy, B. S., Arch., Architectural Draftsman, Greenville, Texas. Draftsman and Architect, Greenville, Texas, 1910-
--- KIRK, Mattie Eunice, B. S., D. S., Cottonwood Falls, Kan.
--- LAWTON, Willard W., B. S., C. E., Real Estate Business, 269 Washington St., Portland, Ore. General Surveyor, 1910; Homesteader and Engineer, Bend, Ore., 1910-’12; U. S. Forest Survey, Bend Ore., 1912; Real Estate Business, Portland, Ore., 1912-
--- (LEE) KUBIN, Emma, B. S., Housewife, McPherson, Kan.
--- LEWIS, David Ernest, B. S., Agri., Assistant in Horticulture, K. S. A. C., 1020 Osage St., Manhattan, Kan. Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1910; Assistant in Horticulture, ibid., 1911-
--- LOSH, Albert Richard, B. S., M. E., Assistant State Engineer, 617 Houston St., Manhattan, Kan. Assistant State Engineer, 1910-
--- LOWRANCE, Lillian May, B. S., D. S., Instructor in Domestic Science in High School, Independence, Kan.; Thayer, Kan. (Home Address). Instructor in Domestic Science and Art, Independence (Kansas) City Schools, 1910-’13-
--- LOYD, Roland, B. S., E. E., Farmer and Ranchman, Vega, Texas. Engineering Apprentice, Westinghouse Electrical and Manufacturing Company, Pittsburg, Pa., 1910-’11; Tester, Dynamo Testing Department, Western Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1911-’12; Farmer and Ranchman, 1912-
--- LUMB, John Wallace, D. V. M., Vet. S., Lawrence, Kan.
--- MCCAMPBELL, Charles Wilbur, D. V. M., Vet. S., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry, K. S. A. C.; Secretary Kansas State Live Stock Registry Board, 801 Laramie St., Manhattan, Kan. Government Quarantine Service, 1906-’07; Student, Veterinary School, K. S. A. C., 1907-’10; With Animal Husbandry Department, ibid., 1910-
--- MCCLUNG, John R., B. S., Professor of Science, and Military Bank, care Sewanee Military Academy, Sewanee, Tenn. Hardware Business, 1910-’11; Student, Northwestern University Medical School, Fall of 1911; Professor of Science, Sewanee Military Academy, 1912- ; M. A., University of the South-Sewanee, Tennessee, 1913-
--- MCKEE, Clyde, B. S., Agri., Assistant Professor of Crops, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. With Office of Cereal Investigations, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Headquarters at Akron, Colo., 1911-’13; District Supervisor of Farm Demonstrations, in Co-operation with the Office of Farm Management, U. S. Department of Agriculture, K. S. A. C., and the Rock Island Lines, 1913-’14; Assistant Professor of Crops, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, 1914-
--- MCKENZIE, Mabel Mortier, B. S., D. S., At Home, Solomon, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science, Sugar City, Idaho, 1911-’12; At Home, 1912-
--- MCWILLIAMS, Samuel A., B. S., C. E., Washington, Kan.
--- MACLEOND, Martha Mae, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science in High School, Supervisor of Art in Grades, 907 Merchant, St., Emporia, Kan. Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, High School, Corsicana, Texas, 1910-’12; Teacher of Domestic Science, High School, Supervisor of Art in Grades, Emporia, Kan., 1912-
--- MANNY, Karl C., B. S., Agri., Plant Department, Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Company, 257 E. Forty-seventh Place, Los Angeles, Cal.
--- MANSHARDT, Charles L., B. S., Secretary and Treasurer, Halstead & Manshardt Clothing Company, 208 N. Juliette Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas, 1906-’11; Secretary and Treasurer of Halstead & Manshardt Clothing Company, 1911-
--- MASHETER, Roy, B. S., Agri., Farmer, R. 1, Sabetha, Kan. Farmer, Sabetha, Kan., 1910-
--- MAY, John M., B. S., Agri., Teacher of Agriculture in High School. Rochester, Minn.
--- MECKE, Vincent, B. S., C. E., Anness, Kan.
--- MICKEL, Louis Blanchard, B. S., Print., Manager of the St. Louis Bureau of the United Press Associations, United Press, “Times” Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. Institute Department, K. S. A. C., Summer of 1910; Reporter, Decatur (Illinois) “Herald,” 1910-’11; Telegraph Editor, Springfield (Illinois) “Evening News,” Spring of 1911; Pony Editor, Chicago Bureau, United Press Associations, Summer of 1911; Manager of Springfield Bureau, United Press Associations, 1912-’13; Manager of St. Louis Bureau, United Press Associations, 1913-
--- MORRIS, Hurd T., B. S., E. E., Engineer, Railway Division, Engineering Department, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 466 Biddle Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Fellow in Physics, University of Pittsburg, 1910-’11; With Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1911; Engineer, Railway Division, Engineering Department, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1912-
--- NEWACHECK, Franklin W., B. S., M. E., Instructor in Manual Training and Drawing, 216 Mechanic St., Eldorado, Kan. Assistant Superintendent of Trades, Instructor in Manual Training and Drawing, Kansas State Industrial Reformatory, Hutchinson, Kan., 1910-’12; Instructor of Manual Training and Drawing, Eldorado High School, 1912-
--- (NICHOLS) DEARBORN, Gladys Irene, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Nowata, Okla. At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- OREM, Wilma, B. S., Principal of Keats (Kansas) High School, R. 3, Manhattan, Kan. Teacher, 1910-
--- ORR, William Mails, B. S., Student, McCormick’s Theological Seminary, 2330 N. Halsted St., Chicago, Ill. Student of Law, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’11; Student, McCormick’s Theological Seminary, 1911-
--- OSTLUND, Arthur J., B. S., Agri., Farmer and Stock Raiser, R. 3, Washington, Kan. Farmer and Stock Raiser, Washington, Kan., 1910-
--- PALMER, Hope Olive, B. S., D. S., Teacher, Arkansas City, Kan.
--- PARKS, Frank Thomas, B. S., C. E., Farmer and Stock Raiser, Bellaire, Kan. Department of Engineering, State Agricultural School, Jonesboro, Ark., 1910-’13; Farmer, 1913-
--- PITMAN, Charles Beryl, B. S., Agri., Farm Manager, Oswego, Kan. Field Foreman, Fort Hays Experiment Station, 1910-’11; Field Foreman, Deming Ranch, Oswego, Kan., 1911-
--- PLATT, Robert M., D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinarian and Ranchman, Coldwater, Kan.
--- RANNELLS, Hilie, B. S., Agri., Farmer and Stock Feeder, R. 4, Manhattan, Kan.
--- REED, Alvin Josiah, B. S., Agri., Dairy Extension, Dairy Division, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 339 Park Ave., Lexington, Ky. Dairy Extension Field Work in Co-operation with Kentucky State University, 1910-
--- REES, Eva, B. S., D. S., At Home, 1234 Independence Blvd., Chicago, Ill. At Home, 1910-
--- REEVES, Wray Robert, B. S., Farmer, Haswell, Colo.
--- REPPERT, Harry W., B. S., C. E., U. S. Transit Man, General Land Office, care Office U. S. Surveyor General, Reno, Nev.
--- REPPERT, Hugh E., B. S., E. E., Farmer, Valley Falls, Kan.
--- (ROBISON) FEAREY, Maybeth, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Mosida Mail, Elberta, Utah. Housekeeper at Home, 1910-’11; Housekeeper and Student, 1911-
--- ROWE, Harold E., B. S., M. E., Draftsman, 112 E. Clark St., Springfield, Ohio. Teaching Fellow in Mechanical Engineering, Pennsylvania State College, 1910-’11; Instructor in Experimental Mechanical Engineering, ibid., 1911-’12; Draftsman with the Blaisdell Machinery Company, Bradford, Pa., 1912 (June to October); Draftsman with the Foos Gas Engine Company, Springfield, Ohio, 1912-
--- SANDBORN, Ethlyn Jewell, B. S., D. S., Teache of Home Economics. Potlatch, Idaho. Teacher, Public Schools of Kansas, 1910-’12; Assistant in History, K. S. A. C., 19 (not sure of the date); In Charge of Home Economics Department, Potlatch Schools, 1912-
--- (SCHAEFFER) MORRISON, Matah L., B. S., D. S., Housewife, Lock Drawer 788, Chicago, Ill. Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, State Orphans’ Home, 1910; Teacher of Domestic Science and Art, Philipsburg High School, 1911-’13-
--- SCHREINER, Fred H., B. S., C. E., Security Inspector, Southern Abstract and Loan Company, 74 Porter Bldg., Memphis, Tenn. Director of Manual Training and Mechanical Drawing, Albia (Iowa) High School, 1910-’11; Rodman and Instrument Man, Morgan Engineering Company, Memphis, Tenn., 1911-’12; Security Inspector, Southern Abstract and Loan Company, Memphis, Tenn., 1912-
--- SCHUPPERT, Richard C., B. S., Arch., Superintendent of Trusswall Manufacturing Company, 2618 Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo. Cement Finisher for Contractor, 1910; Draftsman, American Zinc, Lead, and Smeltering Company, Spring of 1911; Designer and Detailer for Kansas City Terminal Railway Company, 1911-’13; Superintendent of Ornamental and Concrete Factory, Kansas City, Mo., 1913-
--- SHELLEY, Grace Ellen, B. S., D. S., At Home, R. 2, McPherson, Kan. At Home, McPherson, Kan., 1910-
--- SHERRARD, Theodore, B. S., E. E., Engineer Apprentice with Westinghouse Electric Company, 427 Center St., Wilkinsburg, Pa.
--- (SHOFE) MCKEE, Clara Lois, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Ames, Iowa. Substitute Teacher of Domestic Science, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kan., 1910; Housewife, 1911- ; Residences: Akron, Colo., 1911-’13; Norton, Kan., 1913-’14; Ames, Iowa, 1914-
--- SHULER, William Preston, D. V. M., S., M. S., Instructor, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 235 West St., Stillwater, Okla. Postgraduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1910-’12; Laboratory Assistant, Bacteriology Department, K. S. A. C., 1912; Assistant in Zoology and Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1913-
--- SHUYLER, Reynold, B. S., Agri., Farmer and Stockman, R. 1, Sterling, Kan.
--- SIEDER, Esther Metta, B. S., D. S., Enterprise, Kan.
--- SIMPSON, Claude W., B. S., Agri., Farmer and Stockman, R. 3, Cawker City, Kan. Farmer and Stockman, 1910-
--- SKILLMAN, Edward, B. S., M. E., Rancher, Tribune, Kan. Special Apprentice, York Manufacturing Company, York, Pa., 1910; Mechanical Draftsman, Bureau of Mines, Pittsburg, Pa., 1910-’12; Rancher, 1912-
--- SMITH, Louberta J., B. S., D. S., Instructor of Cooking in Public Schools, 324 S. Sixteenth St., Lincoln, Nebr. Teacher in District School, Chivington, Colo., 1910-’11; Instructor of Cooking in Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, Nebr., 1911-
--- SMITH, Stanley Van, B. S., Agri., Agricultural Agent, Pueblo County, Colorado, 219 Jackson Ave., Pueblo, Colo. Instructor in Horticulture, Colorado Agricultural College, Ft. Collins, Colo. Experimental Spraying, K. S. A. C., 1910; Instructor in Horticulture, Colorado Agricultural College, 1910; Assistant Horticulturist, Colorado Experiment Station, 1911-’13; Agricultural Agent, Pueblo County, Pueblo, Colo., 1913-
--- SNIDER, Robert Alexander, B. S., E. E., Abilene, Kan. Apprentice, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company.
--- (SOUPENE) CROWTHERS, Estelle Pearl, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 115 N. N St., Muskogee, Okla. Teacher, 1911-’12; Housewife, 1912-
--- TALLEY, Randall E., B. S., E. E., Electrical Engineer, 603 Vine St., Irwin, Pa. Engineering Apprentice with Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1910-’11; Engineer, Research Division, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1911-
--- THATCHER, George Ira, B. S., E. E., Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. Army, Ft. Winfield Scott, Cal. Special Engineering Apprentice, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, Pittsburg, Pa., 1910-’12; Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. Army, 1912-
--- THOMPSON, Nellie L., B. S., D. S., At Home, 6310 Fifteenth Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash. Instructor in Home Economics, North Dakota Agricultural College, 1910-’11; Assistant in Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1911-’12-
--- TIPPIN, Leslie O., B. S., E. E., Telephone Plant Inspection, 1452 Adams St., Chicago, Ill. Equipment Engineer with Western Electric Company.
--- TOTTEN, Harry E., B. S., Agri., Farm Superintendent, Illinois Industrial School for Girls, Park Ridge, Ill. Foreman of Cattle Department, Deming Ranch, Oswego, Kan., 1910-’12-
--- (TRIMMER) PARKER, Cora Meda, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1201 Main St., Parsons, Kan. Teacher, Domestic Science and Art, Eureka (Kansas) High School, 1910-’12; Teacher, Douglas (Arizona) High School, 1912-’13-
--- TROSPER, Earl Jay, B. S., Agri., Instructor in High School, Estherville, Iowa.
--- TRUSKETT, Edwin Earl, B. S., E. E., Manager of Garage and Real Estate, Caney, Kan. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1910-’11; Garage and Real Estate Business, 1911-
--- (TUCKER) HOPPER, Grace, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1405 E. Jefferson St., Boise, Idaho. Died in 1913-
--- TURNER, William Fenwick, B. S., Agri., Dairy Division, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Anthony, Fla. Instructor in Dairying, North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1910-’11; Dairy Division, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1911- ; Temporarily Located at Brownsville, Texas, in Charge of Cactus Feeding Experiment with Dairy Cows.
--- VANDERLIP, Blanche Beatrice, B. S., D. S., Graduate Student, K. S. A. C.; R. 1, Box 16, Woodston, Kan. Teacher in Riley County, 1910-’11; Teacher in Rooks County, 1911-’12; Graduate Student, K. S. A. C., 1912-’13-
--- WARD, Clyde Quincy, B. S., E. E., Electric Testing with General Electric Company, 840 Lincoln St., Schenectady, N. Y.
--- WELLS, Ray Thurman, B. S., C. E., City Engineer, 1422 Appleton Ave., Parsons, Kan. Irrigation Engineering, United States Department of Interior, Wyoming, 1910-’11; City Engineer, Parsons, Kan., 1911-
--- (WELSTEAD) DUNHAM, Georgiana, B. S., D. S., Housewife, Jewell, Kan. At Home, Jewell, Kan., 1910-’11; Teacher of Domestic Science and Agriculture, Logan (Kansas) High School, 1911-’12; Teacher in Jewell County, Kansas, 1912-’13; Housewife, Jewell, Kan., 1913-
--- WHITE, Bessie May, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science and Music, Kingman, Kan., 1025 Bluemont Ave., Manhattan, Kan. Postgraduate Work at K. S. A. C., 1910-’12-
--- WILLIAMS, Jennie, B. S., D. S., Teacher of Domestic Science, Park St., Olathe, Kan. Sewing Teacher and Supervisor, Kansas School for the Deaf, 1910-’11; Domestic Science Teacher, Kansas School for the Deaf, 1911-
--- (WILLIS) WELLS, Edna Leona, B. S., D. S., Housewife, 1422 Appleton Ave., Parsons, Kan. At Home, Manhattan, Kan., 1910-’12; Housewife, Parson, Kan., 1912-
--- WILSON, Esther S., B. S., D. S., Clerk in Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 520 N. Manhattan Ave., Manhattan, Kan. At Home, 1910-’12; Clerk in Extension Department, K. S. A. C., 1912-
--- WILSON, Floyd E., B. S., M. E., Principal of Residence School, Indiana School of Tractioneering, 239 Rockwood St., La Porte, Ind. Assistant in Steam and Gas Engineering Department, K. S. A. C., 1910-’12; Principal of Residence School, Indiana School of Tractioneering, 1912-
--- WILSON, John Thomas, D. V. M., Vet. S., Veterinarian and Stock Raiser, R. 8, Winfield, Kan. Veterinarian and Stock Raiser, 1910-
--- WILTSE, Albert Lemont, B. S., Agri., Farmer, Garden City, Kan. With Botanical Department, K. S. A. C., 1910; With Sunflower Manufacturing Company, Manhattan, Kan., 1911; Farmer near Garden City, Kan., 1912-
--- WOESTEMEYER, Clara Mary, B. S., D. S., Instructor in Domestic Science and Art, Argentine High School, Kansas City, Kan.; Bethel, Kan. Instructor in Domestic Science, Knoxville College, Knoxville, Tenn., 1910-’11; Instructor in Domestic Science and German, Kansas State School for the Blind, 1911’12-
--- WOODY, Ward, B. S., M. E., Draftsman, Portland, Ore. Teacher and Draftsman, 1910-
--- ZACHARIAS, Wilbur W., B. S., Agri., Farmer, Patterson, Cal. Farmer, 1910-
--- ZOLLER, Charles L., B. S., Agri., General Farmer, Box 274, Provo, Utah. General Farmer near Kirwin, Kan., 1910-’12-

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