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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 17, Number 10 (Aug. 1916)

Class of '96 holds its largest reunion,   pp. 380-381


Page 380


REUNION OF 1886
By EMMA NUNNS PEASE, Secretary
TfHE     30th class reunion of '86
    . will long be remembered   by
    :those members who were fortu-
 nate enough to be present at the
 luncheon served Tuesday noon on
 the lawn between Chadbourne Hall
 and old Library Hall, where eleven
 of us sat together and enjoyed the
 lunch served by the class of 1916.
 Letters and telegrams received from
 classmates were read. We    heard
 from. George Brown, Stella Pr~ntice,
 Conradson,  Sarah  Gallet  Smith,
 William , Hallami, and Julius. Hort-
 vet, as well as a telegram from F. G.
 Hobart; and a report. from Millie C.
 Forsythe.
 A business meeting was held and
 ,the following' offices elected for the
.ensuing five years: F. E. Chandler,
president, Waupaca;   Mrs. Anna
Wood O'Connor, vice-president, Mil-
waukee; :Emma Nunns Pease, secre-
tary, Wauwatosa; Mary iF. Connor,
treasurer,, Token  Creek. It  was
further  decided  to  maintain   a
"Round   Robin"  letter to be ar-
ranged for and started by the sec-
retary. All *interested please write
the secretary immediately.
  Those present at: Madison were:
Florence Griswold .Buckstaff, Mary
F. Connor, Anna Wood O'Connor, J.
R. Thompson,, Mary Saxe Chandler,
Fremont Chandler and son (1916),
Lynn S. Pease, Emma Nunns Pease,
Leila Dow, Katherine MacDonald
Jones, Carrie Morgan, and E. B.
Belden.
REUNION OF 1891
                                                  -By Photoart
CLASS OF.'96 HOLDS ITS LARGEST
                   REUNION
T HE Class of '96 came back!
     The Class of '96 came back in
     larger numbers than it has had
at any of its previous reunions!
  The Class of '96 came back-
wives, husbands, and children!
  The Class of '96 celebrated the
twentieth anniversary of its gradu-
aticn in the same quiet fashion in
which it did all of its work when it
was on the Campus.
  The Class of '96 made the reso-
lution to have its twenty-fifth re-
union in 1921 still larger!
  The Class of '96 began its quiet
celebration with a  picnic at the


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