Transcribed from College Symposium of the Kansas State Agricultural College Topeka, Kansas: The Hall & O'Donald Litho Co. 1891.


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EDGAR A. ALLEN, '87, was born in Iowa in 1866. Since completing his course, he has been engaged in teaching, and has been employed as instructor in county normal institutes several times. At present he is practicing law in Blue Mound, Kansas.

EMMA A. ALLEN, '89, was born in Indiana in 1869. Since graduation, she has been teaching near Manhattan, and is now assistant botanist to the Experiment Station at this College.

CHESTER J. ALLEN, 182, was born in Iowa in 1860. He died in 1885.

EMMETT S. ANDRESS was born in the Hoosier State, July 8,1866. Since graduating, in 1884, he has been employed in stock raising near Lakin, Kansas.

GRANT ARNOLD, '88, was born in Kansas in 1866. He has followed the occupations of commercial traveling and school teaching, and is engaged in the latter at Toledo, Washington.

FRED H. AVERY, who began his existence at Wakefield, Kansas, in 1866, was awarded a diploma at the K. S. A. C. in 1887. In the succeeding years he has had experience in the mercantile world in Western Kansas, and in his present occupation of farming at Wakefield, Kansas. In April, 1889, he married Miss Hattie McConnell, of Menoken, Kansas.

BERTHA HELENA BACHELLER was born at Norwich, New York, in September, 1866. She received the degree of B. Sc. in '88, and has been teaching and pursuing a post-graduate course in chemistry and household economy at her alma mater since, and is thus engaged at the present time.

THOMAS BASSLER, '85, was born in Pennsylvania, March 21, 1859. He has been engaged in teaching and horticulture since graduation, and is now located at Louisiana, Missouri, in the nursery business. He was married August 12, 1886, to Miss Linna Snyder.

JOSEPH W. BAYLES, of Manhattan, Kan., was born September 15, 1868, in Alleghany county, Pa. After graduating in 1889, he attended the Ottawa University for a time, and has since been employed as a farmer and school teacher.

AUGUSTINE BEACHAM, a native of England, was born February 17, 1857. He received his sheepskin from this College in '80, and in 1884 graduated from the Northern Indiana Normal School, receiving the degree of A. B. He taught school for two years and studied law the following two, being admitted to the bar in 1888. He is at present a government employé at Seattle, Wash.

JAMES W. BERRY, '83, was born in Pennsylvania in 1858. He has been variously engaged as a farmer, a carpenter and a contractor ever since his graduation. He is located at Jewell City, Kan. His wife, formerly Hattie L. Peck, is also a graduate of the K. S. A. C.

ARTHUR T. BLAIN was born in Kansas in the year 1860. He graduated from the Kansas Agricultural College in 1879. May 7, 1883, he married Miss Etta Campbell. For a while he clerked in E. B. Purcell's bank, but afterwards went into the grocery business. At present he is living at Duarte, California.

S. I. BORTON, '90, was born in Ohio in 1867. Since graduating he has been farming near Hill Top, Kansas.

MARY C. BOWER was born at Manhattan, Kansas, September 26,1863. She has been employed as clerk in Manhattan since graduating with the class of '83.

CLAUDE M. BREESE was born on a farm near Mount Gilead, Ohio, October 7, 1865. When three years of age his parents moved to that city, his father having been elected county auditor. When twelve years old, his parents moved to a farm near Elmdale, Kansas, where he lived and worked till he entered this College, in the fall term of 1884. He graduated in '87, and in the same year was appointed assistant chemist, which office he still holds. He was married to Miss Julia L. Shipman, of Elmdale, Kansas, December 27, 1887.

LILLIE B. BRIDGMAN, '86, was born at Atchison, Kansas, in 1867. She has taken a course in elocution since completing the course here, the remainder of the time having been employed in teaching in the Argentine, Kansas, schools, where she now is.

FLORENCE J. BROUS, of '84, was born in Kansas, in 1863. She attended a stenographic and typewriting institute at Kansas City, Mo., and is now a teacher in Kansas City, Kansas; address, 828 Packard street.

HARRY A. BROUS, of '74, was born in Pennsylvania, July 20, 1851. He graduated from the medical college at Jefferson, Mo., and is now practicing at 521 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Louis P. BROUS, '86, was born March 27, 1866, at Manhattan, Kansas. He worked for a time as an architect, and is now a topographical engineer for the L. & E. Railroad Company, at Eugene, Oregon.

JOHN B. BROWN began his earthly career at Osceola, Iowa, November 28, 1865. The commencement exercises of June, '87, satisfactorily severed his connections with the K. S. A. C. as far as student life is concerned. For three years succeeding that time he taught in the public schools, one year holding the principalship of Lincoln schools, in Fredonia, Kansas. In the latter part of 1890 he entered the U. S. signal service, and as an assistant observer has done duty at Leavenworth and Wichita, Kansas, St. Louis, Mo., and at his present station, Nashville, Tenn.

WALTER R. BROWNING was born in Kansas, in 1867. He graduated in '89, and since has been working as a civil engineer, in the employ of the Union Pacific Railroad.

BARTHOLOMEW BUCHLI, '84, was born in Versaw, Switzerland, August 24, 1862. After receiving his degree at this College, he entered the Iowa Agricultural College as a special student, and graduated with the degree of D. V. S. He is at present teaching in the Alma, Kansas, schools.

DAVID E. BUNDY, '89, was born in Iowa in 1862. Since graduation he has been engaged in teaching, having spent some time as instructor in the Ponca Indian School. He is now engaged in farming near Blue Rapids, Kansas. In the fall of 1890, he was married to Miss Cora Waldraven, of Parallel.

WALTER J. G. BURTIS, a farmer and fruit grower of Fredonia, Kansas, was born at Saratoga Springs, New York, April 3d, 1865. Before entering his present occupation he was employed as a teacher. On December 9th, 1890, he was married to Winifred Brown, a third-year student in '87.

LEWIS W. CALL, '83, was born in Ohio in 1859. He is at present located in Washington, D. C., being employed in the Attorney General's office.

JOHN H. CALVIN, '84, was born in Iowa in 1860. After graduating he studied law, was admitted to the bar and is now practicing at Topeka, Kansas, being associated with W. H. Cowles, formerly a professor at this College. In 1886, he was married to F. Henrietta Willard, '86.

EMILY M. CAMPBELL Robinson, '71, died in 1877.

ETTA CAMPBELL Blain, '79, was born at Duquoin, Ill., March 28, 1861. In 1883, she was married to Arthur T. Blain, and at present resides in Duarte, California.

FRANK A. CAMPBELL, '90, was born in Illinois, October 22, 1867. On July 4, 1890, he was married to Miss Alma Wiley, and removed to Highland, Colo., where he is now employed as newspaper reporter.

MARK A. CARLETON, was born in Monroe county, Ohio, in 1860, and spent the first ten years of his life in that country. In 1876, he removed with his parents to Cloud county, Kansas; where they engaged in farming. He entered the Sophomore class at the K. S. A. C. in 1883, intending to complete the course in three years, but afterward concluded to add a course in natural history to the regular studies and graduate with the class of '87. During the summer of 1885 he was one of the party sent out by the College to collect botanical and geological specimens in Western Kansas. While in college he took a great interest in all scientific subjects, was an active member of the Scientific Club, and has been a member of the Kansas Academy of Science for the past five years. He was called to his present position, Instructor in Natural History and Curator of Museums, at Garfield University, Wichita, Kansas, in 1888.

ELLA S. CHILD, '77, was born in Kansas in 1856. She is now teaching in the Manhattan city schools.

C. G. CLARKE, '88, was born in New York in 1867. Since graduation he has been, in succession, a student in Washburn College, at Topeka, instructor in a college at Erie, Pa., and student in Yale College. He is now at New Haven, Conn., in attendance at the last named school.

EDGAR F. CLARK, '74, was born in Circleville, Ohio. He taught in Manhattan for some time, and is now practicing law at Ellsworth, Kansas. In 1886 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Emerson.

A. C. COBB, '88, was born in Tennessee in October, 1864. He has followed his chosen trade, carpentry, ever since graduation, and is now located at Wagoner, Indian Territory. He was married in 1887 to Miss Lucy Van Zile, of Carthage, Ill.

MATTIE COBB was born in Tennessee in 1862. Since graduating in '88, she has been instructor in Lester Seminary at Holden, Missouri, and is at present a teacher at Wagoner, Indian Territory.

SAMUEL S. COBB, '89, was born in Tennessee in 1865. He has occupied most of his time since graduation as printer, but is now in the drug business at Wagoner, Indian Territory. He has been postmaster at Wagoner for some time.

Wm. A. COREY, '84, was born in Kansas in 1862. Since graduation he has been engaged in teaching, and is now located at Salt Lake City, Utah.

H. M. COTTRELL, born July 29, 1863, in Mendon, Ill.; removed to Wabaunsee, Kansas, in 1875; entered the Kansas Agricultural College in 1880, and graduated in 1884, taking in addition to the regular course a special course in chemistry; went to farming immediately after graduating. Married March 4, 1887, to Fannie M. Dorman, a student of the Agricultural College. Took post-graduate course in agriculture and agricultural chemistry in the Kansas Agricultural College, taking degree of Master of Science in 1887. February, 1888, appointed assistant in agriculture at the Kansas Experiment Station. Always worked on a farm when not at school.

NELLIE E. COTTRELL Stiles, '87, was born at Mendon, Illinois, September 22,1865. On June 30, 1887, she was married to Charles H. Stiles, and now resides at Pavilion, Kansas.

MINNIE H. COWELL, '88, was born in England in 1866. After completing her course, she returned to England, and is now employed as a hospital nurse in London.

LIZZIE R. COX Kregar was born in Clay county, Indiana, August 18, 1860. After graduating in '80, she taught school for six years, the last term being in Milford High School. On June 3, 1886, she was married to J. R. Kregar, who is at present a stock dealer at Milford, Kansas.

IDA CRANFORD Sloan was born in the State of Illinois in 1859. After graduating in '82 she was married to J. A. Sloan of the same class, and is at present a housewife in California.

ARTHUR F. CRANSTON, '90, was born in Illinois in 1867. He is at present studying lam, at his old home, Parsons, Kansas.

EDWARD V. CRIPPS, '82, was born in New York in 1859. He is at present a teacher of elocution, in Boston, Mass.

JUDSON H. CRISWELL was born in Newton, Hamilton county, Pa., in July 1866. He completed the college course with the class of '89, and is now a prosperous farmer, living near Manhattan.

ELIZA Z. DAVIS Stringfield, of Pomona, Cal., is a native of Indiana, having been born in Fountain county in 1849. She graduated with the class of '73, with only two in the class. In 1876 she was married to J. W. Stringfield.

JOHN DAVIS, '90, was born in Wolcott, Ind., in March, 1867. Since graduation he has been teaching near Manhattan, but is now on an extended visit to his birthplace.

JOHN E. DAVIS, '74, was born in 1855. After graduation he studied dental surgery, receiving the degree of D. D. S., and is now practicing his chosen profession at Oakland, Cal.

HENRY L. DENISON, '67, was for a time stenographer and clerk of the U. S. Court at Denver, Colo., and is now secretary of the Gulf Improvement Co., at Galveston, Texas.

ELLA F. DENISON Whedon, '71, is married to Chas. P. Whedon, '71, and resides at Lincoln, Neb.

ALBERT DEITZ, '85, was born in Leavenworth, Kansas, November 11, 1863. Since graduation he has been engaged as a teacher, as a cement manufacturer, as a general contractor and as a grocer. He is now at Kansas City, Mo., in the grocery business.

GRANT W. DEWEY, '90, was born in Mound City, Linn county, Kansas, 1870. A short time after graduating he became assistant photographer to his father at Manhattan, Kansas, where he now is.

LYMAN H. DIXON, '88, was born in New London, Conn., November 19, 1866. He has been engaged most of the time since graduating as draughtsman, being located at present at Bent Cañon, Colo.

CHARLES J. DOBBS, '90, is a native of England, having been born at Middlesbro-on-Tees, in 1868. He has been engaged in teaching and the study of law at Rossville, Kansas, but is now in the office of the county attorney at Topeka.

CARRIE F. DONALDSON Brown, '84, was born in Illinois in 1863. She was variously engaged as school teacher and assistant librarian at the K. S. A. C. until August, 1887, when she was married to George Brown. Until recently she has been located in Wallace, Kansas, but is now in Colorado.

FLORA DONALDSON Reed, '81, was born in Illinois. She was engaged in teaching until her marriage with Corvin J. Reed, of St. Clere, in 1882.

FLORENCE A. DONALDSON, '84, died in August, 1888.

FRANK W. DUNN, '84, was born in Ohio, in 1859. Shortly after graduating, he married a Miss Baker, of Manhattan, and later removed to New Castle, Colo., where he is engaged in farming.

CHARLES W. EARLE was born at Manhattan, Kansas, in 1870. After graduating in '90 he went to Denver, Colo., where he has been employed as an advertising clerk for a business house. His present address is 235 Thirty-First avenue, Denver, Colo.

W. K. ECKMAN first saw the light at Waterford, Ohio, on March 15, 1858. He graduated with the class of '79, and since that time has been engaged in the various occupations of farming, book-keeping, printing and lumber dealing, the last being his business at the present date. In 1884 he was married to Lizzie Woodruff, and they now reside at 1139 Kearney street, Atchison, Kas.

ALBERT R. ELLIOTT, of the class of '87, was born November 15, 1868, at Atchison, Kansas. Since graduation he has been employed as a ranchman and logger at Nederland, Colo.

FREDERICK B. ELLIOTT, insurance and real estate agent, of Manhattan, was born March 27, 1866, at German, New York. He graduated with the class of '87.

GEORGE H. FAILYER, M. Sc., Manhattan, Kansas. Professor of Chemistry in Kansas State Agricultural College. (See FACULTY.)

DAVID G. FAIRCHILD was born on the Michigan Agricultural College grounds, in 1869, and spent the first ten years of his life there. He moved with his parents to Manhattan, Kansas, in 1879, his father becoming president of this College. He lived here till after graduating with the class of '88, when he removed to Iowa to study botany with his uncle, Dr. B. D. Halstead, who soon after removed to Rutger's College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, and Mr. Fairchild accompanied him to continue his specialty in the line of botany. In July of 1889 he accepted a position in the Department of Agriculture, at Washington. He is at present investigating the diseases of nursery stock, at Geneva, New York.

PAUL H. FAIRCHILD, '86, was born at Lansing, Mich., June 21, 1867. After graduating he was engaged in railroad engineering in Southern Kansas, and in mechanical draughting. He afterwards attended the medical college at Columbus, Ohio, and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, in New York. He is now a practicing physician, located at 155 Hancock street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

MATTIE I. FARLEY Carr, '89, was born in Iowa, in 1865. She has been engaged in teaching most of the time since graduation, both in Kansas and in Washington. She was married April 10, 1891, to Henry Carr, of Ruby, Wash., where she now resides.

CLARENCE E. FREEMAN, '89, is an unmarried principal of Shorey Schools, in North Topeka, Kansas. After graduating at the K. S. A. C., he completed the English course at the State Normal School. For nearly twenty-four years he has been a native of Hazelton, Indiana.

CARL E. FRIEND, of the class of '88, was born in Michigan in 1869. He is now engaged as a lumber merchant, in Ontario, Kansas.

ELLA M. GALE Kedzie was born in Pavilion, Illinois, July 26, 1856. In 1867 her family moved to Manhattan, where her father was pastor of the Baptist church, and afterward Professor of Horticulture at this College. The public schools of Manhattan prepared her for entering this College, from which she graduated in 1876. She married Wm. K. Kedzie, Professor of Chemistry here, who afterward occupied the same chair in Oberlin College. After the death of her husband, she was employed as teacher of painting and drawing, in Olivet College, Michigan, where she now resides with her two children.

GEORGE A. GALE, '76, was born in Vermont in 1854. He is at present engaged in fruit growing at Lake Worth, Florida.

HATTIE L. GALE Sanders, '89, was born at Manhattan, Kansas, January 20, 1871. In September, 1890, she was married to W. H. Sanders, '90, and now resides at Lake Worth, Florida.

IRA D. GARDINER, of the class of '84, began his life near Jefferson City, Mo., on the eighty-fifth anniversary of our national independence. After graduating, for two years he tilled the soil, but later entered the editorial arena, and is now editor of the Alma News, published at Alma, Kansas. In 1887 he was married to Ida H. Quinby, '86, of Wakefield, Kansas.

W. D. GILBERT, '74, was born in 1848. He is now located at Atchison, Kansas, where he is practicing law.

EMMA E. GLOSSOP, '83, was born in Kansas in 1862. She is now employed as teacher in the Manhattan city schools.

ALBERT N. GODFREY, M. Sc., is a native of Iowa, and was born in 1855. He received his degree of B. Sc., in 1878. After graduating he continued a post-graduate course. He is now engaged in raising fruit and farming at Madison, Kansas.

ABBOTT M. GREEN, of the class of '86, was born in Ohio in 1865. Since graduating he has been a teacher, and is at present a civil engineer at Santa Barbara, Cal.

JOHN S. GRIFFING, '77, was born in Kansas in 1855, He is now a merchant at Topeka, Kansas.

WILLIAM J. GRIFFING was born at Topeka, Kansas, Nov. 24th, 1860. He graduated in '83, and the following year was joined in marriage with Hattie P. Clark. Since then he has been a practical representative of this institution as a farmer and fruit grower near Manhattan, Kansas.

BELLE M. HAINES Pond, 167, was born at Leesburg, Ohio, August 20th, 1842. She taught school for a short time, and on the 26th of June, 1873, was married to M. A. Pond, and is now living in Topeka, Kansas.

EMMA L. HAINES Bowen, of Manhattan, Kansas, was born at Greenfield, Ohio, March 18, 1849. She was one of the first graduates from this institution, completing the course in 1867. She was engaged in teaching for a time, and in 1872 was married to Wm. G. Bowen.

PHOEBE E. HAINES, '83, was born in Riley county, Kansas, in 1860. Since graduating she has been teaching and pursuing a postgraduate course at this college. She is at present instructor in art in the New Mexico Agricultural College, at Las Cruces, N. M.

THEOPHANIA M. HAINES Huntington was born at Greensville, Ohio, May 7, 1854. After she graduated, in '72, she taught school till her marriage with Joseph A. Huntington, May 20, 1877. January 24, 1880, she died at Denver, Colorado.

J. G. HARBORD was born in Bloomington, Illinois, March 21, 1866. He lived in Illinois till 1870, when his parents moved to Missouri, where he resided until 1878, when his family came to Agnes City, Kansas. From seven to sixteen, he attended the common schools of Missouri and Kansas, except in 1877-8-9. when he was a pupil in the city schools of Bloomington, Illinois. He entered the College September 14, 1882, and graduated June 9, 1886. From September, 1886, to May, 1887, he was assistant principal in the schools of Leon, Kansas. In June, 1887, he was made assistant librarian and teacher of telegraphy at the College, which position he resigned in January, 1889, to enlist in Company "A," 4th Infantry. He was appointed Corporal, April, 1889; promoted Sergeant, December, 1889, and promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant 4th Infantry, December 10, 1890. From December, 1889, to December, 1890, he was Sergeant Major, Fort Spokane, Washington. Sergeant Harbord won medals on the Department of the Columbia and Division of the Pacific rifle teams of 1890; and February, 1891, was recommended by his Colonel for promotion to a Lieutenantcy. He passed a successful preliminary examination for the same at Vancouver Barracks, Washington, in April, 1891, and at this writing is Candidate Quartermaster Sergeant 4th Infantry, at Fort Sherman, Idaho.

SCHUYLER C. HARNER, '90, was born in Steuben county, Indiana, in 1868. Since graduating he has taught in the public schools near his home at Leonardville, Kansas.

JOHN R. HARRISON, now a railway postal clerk on the Missouri Pacific Railroad, was born at Kansas City, Kansas, in 1867. After graduating, in '88, he taught school for a term, and then accepted his present position. His address is Salina, Kansas.

JOHN S. HAZEN, 189, was born at Sabetha, Kansas, in 1862. After receiving the degree of B. Sc. he entered the U. S. Signal Service, in which occupation he is at present engaged at Ft. Apache, Arizona.

JOHN M. HIGINBOTHAM, of the class of '86, was born at Manhattan, Kansas, in 1867. Since graduating he has attended the Kansas State University and St. Mary's College in the pursuit of law studies, and is at present employed as cashier and head book-keeper with the S. F. Stokes Manufacturing Co., at 293 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.

GEORGE E. HOPPER, who graduated from this College in '85, first brightened the home of his parents, who then lived on a dairy farm in Seneca, N. Y., on the 16th of November, 1861. Four years of his early life were spent among the Pennsylvania oil wells, his parents then emigrating with the "Greeley Colony" to Greeley, Colo., where they remained during one summer. They then moved to Freemont, Neb., and thence to Osborne county, Kansas, in 1870. Mr. Hopper was married June 4, 1882, to Miss Margery McElroy. Since graduating, his life has been somewhat varied. For three years he was foreman of the horticultural department of this College, after which his true American desire to manage something led him to become a contractor and builder, until 1888, since which time he has been city engineer and superintendent of water works at Manhattan, Kansas.

MARIA C. HOPPER Getty, was born in New York in 1865. She graduated in '86, and soon after was joined in marriage to Mr. Getty, since when she has been a housekeeper, her present address being Greenleaf, Kansas.

FLORENCE F. HOUGH, '85, was born in Iowa October 23, 1861. She is at present at her home in Melrose, Iowa.

HORTENSE L. HOUSTON, '83, was born in Kansas in 1861. She is now engaged in teaching music at Concordia, Kansas.

LUELLA M. HOUSTON, '71, is engaged in business as milliner and dressmaker at Concordia, Kansas.

ULYSSES G. HOUSTON, '81, was born 1860. Since graduating, he has been located in Manhattan, as an inventor. Two or three years ago he made an extended trip abroad, being baptized in the Jordan by Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage.

WALTER C. HOWARD, clergyman in the Methodist Episcopal church at Winnebago, Ill., was born in Boston, Mass., May 16, 1852. He received his degree of B. Sc. in 1877, and in 1886 graduated from the Garrett Biblical Institute at Evanston, Ill. On the first of May, 1878, he was joined in marriage to Miss Cassie J. Moore.

FRED. O. HOYT, '77, was born in 1855. He died in 1884.

EMMA HOYT Turner, '80, was born in Kansas in 1862. She is now a housewife, residing in St. Paul, Minn.

Louis E. HUMPHREY, '77, was born in New York in 1851. After graduation he was married to Miss Carrie Jackman, and is at present engaged in the drug business at Chapman, Kansas.

FRANK A. HUTTO was born in Indiana in 1860. He graduated in '85, and after teaching for a few years, began studying law at Topeka, Kansas. He is now a practicing lawyer of Stillwater, Oklahoma. He married Miss Lydia Arnold in 1888.

J. W. IJAMS, '90, was born in Kansas in 1867. His address is Ozawkie, Jefferson county, Kansas.

FLETCHER M. JEFFERY was born in California in 1861. He graduated with the class of '81, and was for a time practicing law at Wetmore, Kansas, later at Escondido, Cal., and is now at Jewell City, Kansas.

WILLIAM J. JEFFERY was born in California in 1854. Since his graduation, with the class of '81, he has been a minister of the gospel.

HUMPHREY W. JONES,'88, began his existence in Lehigh county, Pa., November 12, 1854. After graduating from this College he graduated from the State Normal school, and is now employed as principal of the Americus, Kansas, schools. On September 4, 1890, he was married to Miss Ida B. Laurey, of Lyons, Kansas.

EDWIN H. KERN was born in Pennsylvania, May 30, 1859. He received his degree with the class of '84, and on March 27, 1887, was joined in marriage with Miss M. E. Wilson, of Mankato, Kansas. He is at present a civil engineer, architect and horticulturist at Mankato, Kansas.

CLARA M. KEYES was born at Wabaunsee, Kansas, in 1868. Since graduating, in 1887, she has been teaching music in California.

ALBERT B. KIMBALL, '89, was born at Manhattan, March 16, 1871. Since graduation he has been teaching school near Manhattan, Kansas, and is now taking a post-graduate course at this College.

BERTHA S. KIMBALL, at present a post-graduate student in entomology and horticulture at the K. S. A. C., completed the college course in June, 1890. A term as teacher in a country school has occupied her attention during the past winter. She was born at Manhattan in 1872.

CARRIE At. KIMBALL, '76, was born June 9, 1856, at Goffstown, New Hampshire. After graduation she was an art student in Los Angeles, California. She has been employed as a teacher and dressmaker, and is at present art instructor at Garden Grove, California.

FRED. G. KIMBALL, '87, was born at Manhattan, Kansas, August 31, 1868. Since graduation he has been engaged in teaching and surveying, and is now farming at Garden Grove, Cal.

SAM KIMBLE, A. B., was born at Sarahsville, Noble county, Ohio, June 19, 1854, and came to Kansas with his parents, in April, 1860, and lived on a farm five miles west of the present college up to the time of his graduation at the Agricultural College under President Denison, in March, 1873; engaged in the survey of the Manhattan & Northwestern Railway during the first year after his graduation; taught school on the Wild Cat during the following winter, and then engaged in the study of law the following summer, under Hon. R. B. Spilman, and while studying law taught the intermediate department of the Manhattan schools for seven months. He was admitted to the bar under Judge J. H. Austin, in Riley county, in March, 1875, and has been engaged in the practice of law at Manhattan ever since. Has served three terms as city attorney for Manhattan, and at the November election, 1890, was elected on the Democratic ticket by a majority vote of 485, as county attorney of Riley county. He was married January 1, 1877, to Anna C. Clark, who died in 1878. In 1880, he was married to Cora L. Ulrich, and now has three sons. His main contribution to the literature of the College was in the nature of an address entitled "Extremes," delivered in 1833, before the Webster Society, of which he was a charter member. He now devotes his whole attention to law, in which profession he has an extensive and lucrative practice.

WILLIAM KNABB, a native of Brown county, Kansas, was born June 4, 1837. Since graduating, in 1889, he has been keeping books in a bank at Hiawatha, Kansas.

WARREN KNAUS was born near Portland, Indiana, in 1858. After graduating, in 1882, he took a post-graduate course, receiving the degree of M. Sc. He has since been a student and teacher, and is now editor and publisher of the McPherson Democrat, at McPherson, Kansas. February 5, 1891, he was married to Jennie E. Coburn, of Salina.

H. EUSEBIA KNIPE was born on the 23d day of March, 1871, at Manhattan, where she still resides. She graduated with the class of '90, and is at present taking a post-graduate course at this College.

EMMA KNOSTMAN Huse, 180, was born in the blue grass State in 1860. She has been a teacher, but in 1887 was married to A. F. Huse, and is now a housewife in Arkansas City, Kansas.

JAS. F. LaTOURETTE, '77, was born in New York in 1856. He is at present engaged in stock raising at Wagon Mound, N. M.

DARWIN S. LEACH, of the class of '81, was born in Wisconsin, 1865. He is now superintendent of the city schools at Georgetown, New Mexico.

MARION F. LEASURE, '77, is a native of Ohio, and was born in 1853. After graduating, he chose as his profession, law, which is his present occupation. His office is at La Cygne, Kansas.

MARY C. LEE, '89, was born where she now resides, on College Hill, Riley county, Kansas, September 20, 1870. Since leaving college she has taught two terms of school, and is now at home.

ALLEN LEWIS, '85, was born in Ohio in 1862. He is now a civil engineer in Topeka, Kansas.

MARION M. LEWIS was born in Indiana in 1861. After graduating with the class of '84, he attended a theological institute in Chicago, and is now engaged in the Baptist ministry at Superior City, Nebraska.

NATHAN E. LEWIS, of the class of '88, was born in the State of Ohio January 6, 1867. Since graduation he has attended the Michigan University, and is now working as a mechanical draughtsman in the Vilis tool works, of Hamilton, Ohio.

WILLIAM J. LIGHTFOOT, '81, began his life at Malta, Morgan county, Ohio, March 8, 1867. After graduating, he spent one year at the K. S. U., and entered the government service as civil engineer, in which occupation he is still engaged at Jewell City, Kansas. His marriage certificate with Grace R. Strong, of Manhattan, Kansas, dates June 5, 1888.

E. ADA LITTLE began the cycle of her life in 1867, at Manhattan, Kansas. Graduating from the K. S. A. C. in '86, she took a course in music at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago, Illinois. Since receiving the degree of B. Sc., she has taught in the Manhattan city schools, and was for a time a teacher of music at Marysville, Kansas. In the fall of 1890, she became an assistant in the sewing and music departments at the Kansas State Agricultural College.

NELLIE P. LITTLE was born at Manhattan, Kansas, 1868. Taking advantage of a college at home, she completed the course in 1890, and at once obtained a position as one of the teachers in the city schools of Manhattan, Kansas.

R. E. LOFINCK has been a shoemaker, gold miner, stock raiser, clerk and merchant since his graduation in 1875. At present he is a jeweler and dealer in stationery in Manhattan. He was born in New York City in 1853. He has been twice married, his first wife being Miss Maggie I. Wilcox, and his last Miss Ella C. Sewell.

JACOB LUND was born in Denmark, 1857. After graduating with the class of '83, he took a post-graduate course, receiving the Master degree. He served as foreman of the blacksmith shop at this institution till 1886, when he went to Las Vegas, New Mexico, where he is employed as engineer in the Hot Springs Hotel.

MATTIE E. MAILS Coons was born at Manhattan, Kansas, December 13, 1863. She graduated with the class of '82, and in 1886 was joined in marriage with Mr. J. L. Coons, and since has been keeping house at Manhattan, Kansas.

ABBIE L. MARLATT was born at Manhattan, Kansas, March 7, 1869. After graduating, in '88, she was employed as assistant in the sewing department in this College till the fall of 1890, when she received the appointment of Professor of Household Economy, Hygiene, and Superintendent of Sewing in the Utah Agricultural College at Logan, Utah.

CHARLES L. MARLATT was born at Atchison, Kansas, September 26, 1863. After graduating, in 1884, he took a post-graduate course, receiving the Master's degree in 1887, and has been a student in the Columbia College at Washington, D. C. He served for two years as Assistant Entomologist and Horticulturist at this institution. In 1888 he received an appointment as assistant in the Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C.

FREDERICK A. MARLATT, the present efficient assistant in entomology at the Kansas Experiment Station, was born on the present College grounds, in July, 1867. Graduating with the class of '87, he has since continued special work in entomology. His connection with the Experiment Station dates from the summer of 1889.

ELLSWORTH T. MARTIN is a Hoosier of 1865. After receiving his degree, in '90, he became a solicitor for the Gaskell Literary Club, and is now interested in a silver mine in Georgetown, Colo.

DALINDA MASON Cotey was born at East Greensboro, Vermont, on November 18, 1858. Early in her life her parents removed to Kansas, and soon afterward she entered the K. S. A. C., graduating with the class of '81. After graduating, she was, for some time, a teacher in the public school, and later took post-graduate studies at her alma mater. In the summer of 1887 she was offered the position of professor of domestic economy in the Dakota Agricultural College, situated at Brookings, S. D., at a salary of $900 per year. She entered upon the duties of her department the following fall, having charge of both the cooking and sewing classes, and gave such lectures as usually accompany such a course; also had charge of the young women's coöperative boarding club. She continued the work in this line until the spring of 1890, when, upon her request, her resignation was accepted, as her duties took her too much from her own home. On November 28, 1888, she married Chas. J. Cotey, secretary of the South Dakota Agricultural College, who died June 4, 1890. Since the death of her husband Mrs. Cotey has made her home with her brother, S. C. Mason, at Manhattan, Kansas.

S. C. MASON was born in Vermont in 1857, removed to Wisconsin with his parents in 1865, and thence to Kansas in 1871, locating on a homestead near Delphos, in Ottawa county. After securing what education was afforded by the district schools he began teaching, and so earned the means with which to attend the agricultural college, entering in the winter term of 1878. Failing health compelled him to drop his studies before completing the course. He was married, in 1884, to Miss May V. Quinby, a former classmate, and engaged in farming in Clay county till the spring of 1888, when the experiment station being organized, he was offered the position of assistant in horticulture, which he has since held. The necessary studies for completing the course being passed by examinations, he received the degree of Bachelor of Science with the class of 1890.

CHARLES S. McCONNELL, '78, a native of Iowa, was born in 1858. Since graduating he has been engaged as a printer, but is now in the employ of the State at Lansing, Kansas.

WILLIAM J. McLAUGHLIN received his degree of B. Sc., from the K. S. A. C. in 1887. He was born in 1863, being a native of Kansas. Since graduating, his attention has been divided between his favorite occupations of farming and civil engineering. Communications will reach him at Centralia, Kansas.

KATE I. MEGUIRE Sheldon, a native of the "Lone Star State," was born in 1858. She entered the K. S. A. C. in 1878, and graduated in 1883. After graduating she held a position as teacher in a mission school. Later she went to California and there taught in a private school, and in 1887 she was married to M. M. Sheldon, and now resides at Riverside, Cal.

ALONZO A. MILLS, assistant director at the Utah Agricultural College of Logan, Utah, was born at Keysville, Utah Territory, August 31, 1863. He graduated from this College in 1889.

WILLIAM C. MOORE, of Junction City, Kansas, editor and part owner of the Union, the third oldest paper in the State, was born at Harden, Clayton county, Iowa, August 26, 1864. After graduating, in 1888, he became connected with a newspaper office, first as composer and later as an editor.

WILTON L. MORSE, a native of Kansas, was born in 1867, and graduated in 1890. Since becoming a B. Sc. he has been farming and teaching. He is at present located at Mancos, Colo.

MARY E. MOSES, of the class of '87, was born at Unionville, Connecticut, January 1, 1866. She is at present, and has been since graduating, a student of the languages at Manhattan, Kansas.

CHARLES A. MURPHY was born in Ohio in 1859. After receiving his degree from this institution in 1887, he attended the State Normal and is at present a teacher in Argentine, Kansas.

NELLIE J. MURPHY, '85, was born in Ohio in 1863. She has been employed as a teacher at Charity, Kansas, and is now a student of medicine in Taber, Kansas.

WIRT S. MYERS, of the class of '81, was born in Iowa in 1859. He taught school for one year, after which he went into business as a woodworker in Tampa, Florida, where he now is. In 1881 he was married to Miss Viola I. Bacheller.

J. DANA NEEDHAM, '83, was born in Kansas in 1862. He is now engaged In the mercantile business at Lane, Kansas.

LINCOLN H. NEISWENDER was born at Gahanna, Franklin county, Ohio, February 11, 1862. Since graduation, in 1884, he has been a farmer and civil engineer, and is at present a farmer and stock raiser near Silver Lake, Kansas.

ALBERT E. NEWMAN first saw light in the mountainous country of West Virginia, October 11, 1863. Since graduating with the class of '90, he has been a teacher, and is now conducting a stock farm near Lashmet, Kansas.

ERNEST F. NICHOLS was born at Leavenworth, Kansas, June 1, 1869. After receiving his Bachelor's degree, in '88, he took special studies at this College, and in 1889 he became a student at Cornell University, where he now is. His address is 110 East State street, Ithaca, N. Y.

SUSAN W. NICHIOLS, '89, was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., In 1868. She was employed at the College as assistant for some time, but is at present a music teacher, located at 1112 Corby street, St. Joseph, Mo.

ARTHUR L. NOYES, '85, was born at Mendon, Illinois. Since his graduation he has been engaged in farming, and is now taking a course in electrical engineering at the State University, at Lawrence.

WALTER H. OLIN, '89, was born in California in 1862. He has been a teacher and farmer, and is at present principal of the Waverly schools, at Waverly, Kansas, On November 26, 1890, he was married to Miss Winifred Cotton, a former student at this College.

ELI M. PADDLEFORD, a farmer, of Stockdale, Kansas, was born in Broome county, Now York, in 1867. His B. Sc. certificate bears the date of 1889. Since graduating he has had experience as a teacher in the public schools of his county, and also as warden in the Topeka Insane Asylum.

ORLANDO G. PALMER, '87, has been employed as a teacher since graduation, and is now employed in the pension bureau at Washington, D. C.

FRANK L. PARKER, '86, was born in Iowa in 1862. Since graduating, he has been a merchant in Surprise, Kansas; address Tildon, Kansas.

GRACE PARKER Perry, '80, was born in 1863, and is a native of Kansas. After receiving her diploma at the K. S. A. C., she went to Washburn and completed the course at that institution in 1884. On July 22, 1886, she was married to George Hazard Perry, a minister of the gospel. She now resides at Kiowa, Kansas.

LOUIS B. PARKER, '87, was born at Kansas City, Kansas, in 1867. After graduation he followed the newspaper business. On June 24, 1889, he died at Manhattan, Kansas.

JAMES E. PAYNE, '87, was born in Kansas in 1863. He has employed his time since the spring of 1887 as a teacher and farmer. He is at present farming near Edgerton, Kansas.

JULIA R. PEARCE was born August 22, 1863, at Flint, Michigan. Since receiving her degree in '90 she has been employed as stenographer and clerk in the president's office at this College.

GEO. C. PECK, a printer, of Junction City, Kansas, was born in New York in 1861. He graduated from this College in '84, and since then has been employed in the printing trade.

HATTIE L. PECK Berry, '84, was born in New York, 1864. Soon after graduation she was joined in marriage with James W. Berry, and since then has been keeping house in Jewell City, Kansas.

SEWARD N. PECK was born in Saratoga county, N. Y., August 18, 1859. He graduated with the class of '87, and has been since employed as droughtsman and cabinet maker in the mechanical department of Santa Fé R. R. shops at Topeka, Kansas. He lives at 410 Monroe street, Topeka.

ALLIE S. PECKHAM Cordry was born in the State of Illinois, 1863. She graduated with the class of '82, and soon after she was joined in marriage with Mr. Cordry. She is at present keeping house in Belleville, Kansas.

EDWARD H. PERRY, '86, was born at Wrentham, Mass., in 1865. He was for a time editor of the Eskridge Star, and is now general salesman for the Bartholomew and Company's Real Estate and Loan business, at 609 Kansas avenue, Topeka, Kansas.

EMIL C. PFEUTZE, the youngest member of the class of '90, was born September 18, 1872, at Manhattan, Kansas. He has been connected with the Manhattan waterworks, in the capacity of engineer, since graduation.

H. AUGUSTUS PLATT, '86, is a native of Kansas, and was born in 1862. He has been a farmer, and is now county clerk of Wichita county, Kansas, address, Coronado, Kansas.

GEORGE L. PLATT was born in Illinois in 1861. He moved to Kansas and took up studies in the Agricultural College, graduating with the class of '78. He died the same year.

JOHN J. POINTS, '67, was married to Alice E. Stewart, '75, and is now practicing law at Omaha, Nebraska.

CLARENCE D. PRATT, '85, was born in the Hoosier State in 1865. He has been a cattle raiser near Syracuse, Kansas, but is now a civil engineer in Salt Lake City, Utah.

ADA H. QUINBY Perry, was born at Wakefield, Kansas, April 10, 1864. She graduated in June of '86, and the following October, was married to Edward H. Perry. Since then she has been keeping house in Topeka, Kan.

IDA H. QUINBY Gardiner, '86, was born at Wakefield, Kansas, April 10, 1864. She was joined in marriage with I. D. Gardiner, October 7, 1886, and is at present associate editor of the Alma News, at Alma, Kansas.

CORVIN J. REED, '79, was born at Chillicothe, Ohio, in 1861. For some time after graduation, he was a surveyor along the Pacific coast, and is now a farmer at St. Clere, Kansas. In 1882, he married Miss Flora Donaldson.

MINNIE REED, teacher of the city schools at Argentine, Kansas, is a native of the Buckeye State, having been born at Circleville, Ohio, in 1867. She became a member of the Alumni of this College in '86, and since then has been employed as a teacher.

ROLLIN R. REES, a graduate of '85, was born in Ohio, January 10, 1865. Choosing law as his profession, he is at present one of the leading lawyers of Minneapolis, Kansas.

NOBLE A. RICHARDSON was born in Canada in 1858. He received his degree with the class of '80, and since then, has been superintendent of the public schools in San Bernardino, Cal.

HARRY E. ROBB, '88, was born at Deerfield, Iowa, on New Year's day, 1867. He has been engaged in carpentry and bridge building, and is now farming near Neal, Kansas.

DAVID G. ROBERTSON was born at Dixon, Ohio, in March, 1864. His Agricultural College education was completed in 1886. The principalship of the Downs, Kansas, schools in 1887; the study of law at Osborne, Kansas; a term, 1889-90, as clerk of the district court of Osborne county, has served to occupy the larger part of his time since graduation. In February, 1891, he was admitted to the bar, and is at present the junior member of the enterprising law firm of Mitchell & Robertson, at Osborne, Kansas. His matrimonial engagement with Miss Hannah E. Coates, was consummated on Christmas day, 1888.

FREDERICK J. ROGERS, '85, was born in Illinois, in 1863. He took a postgraduate course in 1886-7, receiving the Master's degree in June of '87. From 1887 to 1889 he was instructor in Physics at this College, but resigned his position to become a student in the Cornell University at Ithaca, N.Y., where he is at present.

H. C. RUSHMORE, '79, is now a prominent hardware dealer at Fort Payne, Alabama.

LEWIS A. SALTER was born in Michigan in 1858. When 21 years of age he graduated from the Kansas Agricultural College, and is now a merchant at Argonia, Kansas.

WILLIAM H. SANDERS, '90, was born in Kansas in 1868. He has been employed as a telegraph operator a part of the time since graduation, but is now teaching at Lake Worth, Florida. In the fall of 1890 he was married to Hattie L. Gale, '89.

NELLIE SAWYER Kedzie, M. Sc., Manhattan, Kansas, professor of household economy and hygiene in Kansas State Agricultural College, (See FACULTY.)

MAUDE F. SAYRES, a Jayhawker, of the year of 1869, graduated with the class of '89, and since then has been keeping house for her parents at Ottawa, Kansas.

DOROTHY E. C. SECREST Hungerford, of the class of '85, was born at Randolph, Kansas, in 1862. On October 24, 1885, she was married to George H. Hungerford, and since then has been keeping house at Manhattan, Kansas.

MARIA E. SICKELS Davis, '80, was born in Indiana in 1862. She is now a housewife, residing in Chicago, Ill.

EMMA SECREST, '90, was born in Kansas in 1868. She has been employed this winter as a teacher near Randolph, Kansas.

FLORINE SECREST, '89, was born in 1867, at Randolph, Kansas, near which place she has been teaching since graduation.

BELLE SELBY, '82, was born in Ohio in 1860. Since graduation she has attended the Cooper Art Institute in New York City, New York. She served for a time as Professor of Music at Lane University, Lecompton, Kansas. She is now teacher of art, drawing and music at 302-304, New York City, New York.

MARIE B. SENN, was born at Enterprise, Kansas, in 1870. She received her degree with the class of '90, and since then has been employed as teacher in her native county. Her present address is Enterprise, Kansas.

JOHN W. SHARTEL, '84, was born in 1861, in Pennsylvania. A short time after graduating, he married Miss Effie E. Woods. He has served as county attorney of Chautauqua county, and is now a lawyer at Winfield, Kansas.

BURTON L. SHORT, '82, was born in Illinois in 1856. He is now in the register of deeds' office, Kansas City, Kan.

WILLIAM H. SIKES, '79, was born in Illinois in 1858. Subsequently he moved to Kansas, and in 1875 entered the K. S. A. C. Since graduating, his attention has been given to the mercantile profession. On December 25, 1884, he was married to Mrs. Hilma Halstead. His address is Leonardville, Kansas.

EDWARD O. SISSON, the youngest member of the class of '86, is a native of England, having been born at Gate's-Head-on-Tyne in May, 1869. Since completing the course, he has been engaged in teaching, and is now the principal of the Mound City, Kansas, schools.

JOHN A. SLOAN was born in the Empire State, in 1858. Since graduating in '82, he has been married to Miss Ida Cranford, and is now a farmer and nurseryman in California.

ANNA SNYDER began her life at Oskaloosa, Kansas, in 1868. Twenty years later she became a bachelor of science, and returning to her native town, she has since made that her home.

EDWIN H. SNYDER, '88, was born at Albany, Illinois, August 17, 1864. Since graduating he has spent most of his time as a printer, which trade he learned at College. He has been foreman for the Riley & Wake Printing Co., of Topeka, Kansas, and for the Stidger-Stern Printing Co., of Denver, Colo. He is at present editor and proprietor of the Highland Chief, at Highland, Colorado. On December 12, 1888, he was joined in marriage to Miss Dora Van Zile.

RALPH SNYDER was the last of the list of Snyder graduates to complete the college course, his diploma being scarcely a year old. His earthly trials began in 1871. His occupations have always been of a strictly pastoral character, and he is a firm believer in the principles of the Farmers' Alliance, but lacks the political aspirations that characterize so many members of that movement. His home is at Oskaloosa, Kansas.

STANLEY SNYDER was born at Oskaloosa, Kansas, December 21, 1866. With the exception of the time spent at college he has always resided in his native county. He is one of the few graduates that put into practice the knowledge of agriculture gained at the K. S. A. C. He received his degree in June, 1889.

ALICE E. STEWART Points, '75, was born in 1854. She is married to John J. Points, '67, and resides at Omaha, Neb.

GEORGE E. STOKER, '90, resides at 917 Quincy street, North Topeka, Kansas, and does clerical work for the Santa Fé R. R. Co., at their office in Topeka. He was born at Topeka in 1871.

WALTER T. SWINGLE, '90, was born in Kansas in 1871. He prolonged his course in College for the purpose of doing special work in botany under Prof. Kellerman. After graduation, he was made assistant botanist to the Experiment Station, which position he resigned in 1891 to accept a $1,400 place in the botanical division of the U. S. Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C. He entered upon his duties the latter part of April.

CHARLES W. THOMPSON, the largest man in the class of '89, was born at Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1865. He has attended the Kansas City Dental College, and is now studying dentistry at Edwardsville, Kansas.

GEORGE N. THOMPSON, '87, was born at Belmond, Iowa, in 1863. The year following his graduation, he was foreman of the carpenter shop at the K. S. A. C., and is now a carpenter at Belmond, Iowa.

ALBERT TODD was born in the State of Rhode Island, in 1854. He lived in Kansas from 1856 to 1873; was graduated from this College in '72. In 1873, he was appointed a cadet at the U. S. Military Academy, and was graduated therefrom in 1877. He was then appointed a lieutenant in the artillery branch of the U. S. Army, which position he now holds. His army service has been at Fort Adams, R. I.; Fort Monroe, Va.; Vancouver Barracks, Wash.; Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.; Fort Hamilton, New York harbor; Pine Ridge Agency, S.D., (Sioux campaign, 1890-1,) and at Fort Riley, Kansas, where he is now located. From 1881 to 1884, he was on duty as military instructor at this College. He received the degree of A. M. from the K. S. A. C. in 1887. In 1889, he was married to Miss Helen G. Pettes.

JANE CHAPIN TUNNELL is One of the College graduates that can claim Jayhawker nativity, having first looked around on Kansas prairies in the summer of 1871. She completed the college course before she had passed her eighteenth year, being the youngest of her class, and one of the youngest that ever joined the ranks of the alumni. Since her graduation she has been employed as assistant librarian at the K. S. A. C.

INA M. TURNER, '89, was born in Vermont in 1869. Since graduation she has been employed as printer at Topeka, Kansas.

WM. ULRICH, M. Sc., of the class of '77, was born in Wellsburg, West Virginia, August 17, 1854. Since graduation he has been engaged as general contractor in Manhattan. In partnership with a brother, he has been extensively engaged in the cutting and shipping of limestone, quarried from the hills southwest of the city. He was married to Miriam Failyer Sheffield, June 7, 1888.

OLIVER L. UTTER, a native of Crawfordville, Indiana, was born October 1, 1863. After graduating, in '88, from this College, he completed the English course at the State Normal school. Since graduating he has been principal of the Olsburg city schools, instructor in the U. S. Indian schools at Arkansas City, Kansas, and at present is a teacher in Emporia, Kansas.

JOHN W. VAN DEVENTER, '86, is a native of Carrol county, Indiana, having been born at Delphi, June 25, 1858. He observed decoration day, 1889, by marrying Miss Alice P. Taylor. By profession he is a disciple of Horace Greeley, and is at present editor and publisher of a paper at Imperial, Nebraska.

GILBERT J. VAN ZILE was born in the month of July, 1869. After receiving his diploma, in 1890, he employed his time as solicitor for the Gaskell Library Club, and is at present engaged in mining operations at Georgetown, Colo.

ELLA VINCENT McCormick, '79, was born at Marshfield, Webster county, Mo., November 26, 1860. She was married to Geo. W. McCormick, September 30, 1880. Since her marriage she has been a book-keeper, in Clay Center, Kansas.

ROBT. U. WALDRAVEN was born in North Carolina in 1866. Since his graduation, in '89, he has taught school for a time, and is now a farmer and stock raiser and Alliance organizer at Winkler's Mills, Kansas.

AARON WALTERS, of the class of '88, was born in Bureau county, Ill., September 16, 1864. For the past three years he has been engaged in teaching and the study of law, in Ottawa county, Kansas. Lately he has been admitted to the bar, and is now practicing his profession in Golden, Colo.

MILAN T. WARD, '83, was born in Wisconsin in 1859. After graduation he studied medicine, and is now a practicing physician, at Orion, Ill.

GEORGE W. WATERS, '86, was born in 1860, a native of West Virginia. For sometime after graduating his time was occupied as a pedagogue. Later he received a position of mail route agent. His address is Riley, Kansas.

LORA L. WATERS was born in West Virginia, Feb. 7, 1864. Since graduating, in '88, she has been teaching in Junction City, Kansas, where she now is.

WILLIAM E. WHALEY, of the class of '86, was born in the State of Missouri, 1861. He has employed his time since 1886 as a teacher, and is now superintendent of the Manhattan schools.

CHARLES O. WHEDON, '71, is practicing law at Lincoln, Neb. Shortly after graduation he was married to Ella F. Denison, '71.

A. JUDSON WHITE, of Atchison, Kansas, was born in Bourbon county, Kentucky, September 19, 1852. After graduating from this College, in 1874, he attended the Kentucky University, then entered the ministry, which profession he is still following. He was married to Miss Kate E. Graham, in 1883.

KATE E. WHITE Turley, '71, is now a housewife, residing at Chicago, Ill.

MARTHA A. WHITE Abbott, '67, is a housewife at Chicago, Ill.

HARRY N. WHITFORD, of the class of '90, is a Jayhawker by birth, and a student by profession. He was born in 1872, at Manhattan. He taught school for a short time, and is at present clerking in a book store in his native town.

MINERVA E. WHITMAN Heiser, '76, is a native of Pennsylvania. She was born in 1853. After graduating, she was married to A. B. Heiser, and now resides at Lyndon, Kansas.

F. HENRIETTA WILLARD Calvin, '86, was born in Illinois, in 1865. Shortly after graduation, she was married to John H. Calvin, '84, and now resides at Topeka, Kansas.

JULIUS T. WILLARD was born in 1862, near Wabaunsee, Kansas. He lived on a farm until early manhood, and in the fall of 1879, entered this College with the class of '82, but choosing chemistry as his vocation, he lengthened his course one year, in order to devote the afternoons and Saturdays of two years to the practice of quantitative analysis, graduating with the class of '83. During the last two years of his college course, he assisted in the instruction of laboratory classes in chemistry and mineralogy, and on graduating, was made assistant in chemistry, to work in that capacity one-half the time. The other half was spent in post-graduate study of chemistry. He received the Master's degree in 1886. In 1884, he was made assistant on full time, and held the position until 1887, when he resigned, to go to Johns Hopkins University, to further fit himself as a teacher of chemistry. There he had the great advantage of studying under the direction of Professors Remsen, Morse, and Renouf. Upon the organization of the Experiment Station at this College he was chosen assistant chemist of the Station, and began his duties July 1, 1888, which position he still occupies. He was married, in 1884, to Miss Lydia P. Gardiner, a student of the College.

HENRY S. WILLARD, '89, was born in Wabaunsee county, Kansas, in 1867. Since graduating, he has been a teacher in the public schools, and a student of medicine at Kansas City, Mo. At present he is pursuing his studies in the office of Dr. Robinson, at Manhattan.

S. WENDELL WILLISTON was born at Boston, Mass., July 10, 1851. He, with his parents, moved to Manhattan in 1857, where he lived until graduating, in 1872, when he went to Yale College to act as assistant to Prof. Marsh, of the department of osteology, and later was made professor of anatomy of that institution. He is now professor of paleontology, and director of the University Geological Survey, at the K. S. U. at Lawrence, Kansas.

AMOS E. WILSON was born in Ohio, March 2, 1860. His parents moved to Solomon City, Kansas, in the fall of 1872, from which place he entered the K. S. A. C. in October of 1875, graduating in 1878. He immediately entered into the banking business, which he has since followed, being at present cashier of the First National Bank of McPherson, Kansas. On March 21, 1883, he was married to Miss Kate G. Talpey, of Kansas City, Mo.

THOMAS E. WIMER was born in Iowa in 1863. He graduated in June of 1890, but two weeks later died at the home of his parents, in Wayne, Kansas.

JOHN L. WISE, '86, was born in Illinois, 1866. On New Year's day, 1888, he was joined in marriage with Miss Nannie Ridgeway. He is at present a merchant in Smithboro, Ill.

GRACE WONSETLER, of '85, was born in Iowa, in 1865. She has been employed as a teacher, near Great Bead, Kansas, since receiving her Bachelor degree.

CLARENCE E. WOOD, '79, was born in 1861, in the State of Vermont. Entering the K. S. A. C. in '75, he received his diploma in '79. Since graduating his time has chiefly been devoted to printing, that being his present occupation, in Denver, Colorado.

EFFIE E. WOODS Shartel, 185, was born in the State of Illinois, in 1864. She married John W. Shartel, of the class of '84, and is now keeping house at Winfield, Kansas.

DANIEL W. WORKING, who graduated in '88, was born in Scott county, Minnesota, May 9, 1862. After graduation, he located in Deaver, Colorado, where he was for a time editor of the Colorado Farmer, and is now one of the editors of the Fancier and Farm Herald, published at Denver. Aside from his editorial work, he has done much to advance the agricultural interests of his adopted State. In 1889, and again in 1890, he was appointed on a com mittee to report on the work of the Colorado Experimental Station. At present he is lecturer of the Colorado State Grange.

WILLIS M. WRIGHT, '87, was born in 1864, his Dative State being Ohio. After graduating, he removed from Manhattan to Lake Arthur, La., where he is now engaged in farming.


College Symposium - Index
Introduction, History, 1863 to 1873, 1873 through 1878, 1878 and 1879, through 1879, Experiments and Experiment Station, Philosophy, Chemistry, Horticultural, Botanical, Mathematics, Industrial Art, Telegraph, English, Home Economics, Sewing, Mechanical, Music, Printing, Law, Farm, Military, Physics, Veterinary, Faculty and Assistants, Faculty Biographies, Alumni, Classes, College Organizations, Ionian #1, Ionian #2, Ionian #3, Hamilton #1, Hamilton #2, Hamilton #3, Alpha Beta #1, Alpha Beta #2, Alpha Beta #3, Webster #1, Webster #2, Webster #3, Webster #4, Editors and Church Directory, Advertisements#1, Advertisements#2, Advertisements#3

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