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Crawford, Robert S. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 23, Number 7 (May 1922)

Class news,   pp. 230-236


Page 231


CLASS NEWS1
                 1874
     Sec'y-A. D. CONOVER, Madison
           421 N. Murray St.
                 1875
 Sec'y-CLARA MOORE HARPER, -Madisoi
            - 227 Langdon St.
                 1&76
   Sec'Y-NELLIE WILLIAMS BROWN,
               Madison
             41 Roby Road
        '- 77 ReUnes in June!
     Yes '77 "will be the berries."
 Will be there with yells, banners- 'a
 everything:
   Mrs. Headquarters will be at
     'r.Seymour'7s, 439,N. Murray St.--
 where we ha-ve. taken the first floor foi
 our headquarters. (Mrs. Seymour will
 have' a few rooms -to rent for any, w h
 wish to stop, there.-Write hes, direct.e
 I AU ,please report to above address as
 soon I as you arrive and if-not stopping
 there, give location. -          -
 SThere will be a dinner oi luncheoni
 (hour to be furnished later) - at .the
 Madison Club,l Monday, with music.
 reminiscences, and a general good
 time, but-no long speeches, boat rides.
 etc.        .
       FINAL DETAILS, NEXT ISSUE
   One or two have not been heard from
-yetU
   Please accept at once orsend, in time
 for the meeting, perspnal greeting to
 Club.
   Continue to address
   Miss MARY HILL, 425 N. Park St.,
 Madison, Wis., or
cago, ll.-
  Howard, MORRIS resides at 817 S. Gra-
mercy PI., Los Angeles, -Cal.
                1879
      Sec'y-J. B. SIMPSON, Shullsburg
                 1880
   Sec'y-├ŻANNIE DINSDALE SWENSON,
        Madison, 530 N. Pinckney St.
               .  1881
      -Sec'y-F'. S. WHITE, Chicago,.Uh-J-
           5308 Hyde Park Blvd.
   LFELOW MEMBERS-1881:
   I-am back- from my winter outing in
 Florida, and I wish to- thank you all most
 cordially for your various co'ntibutions to
 our - lass news. Florida. is crowded with
 successful Wisconsinites, both. as tourists
 and permanent residents-among the-latter
 .Edwin W. Bunker, of the class of '84. He
 left the University after his "sophomore
 year-; went into the lumber business, in
 Duluth and finally migrated to his present
 abode where he founded the city. of Lake-
 Worth and now enjoys the distinction of
-being -one of its most prominent citizens.
Helknew us-all well-but that is a matter of
SEE OUTSIDE BACK COVER.
course-as we were Lordly Seniors-and he
a meek freshman.'
  While I was away someone stole our
thunder! Our class thunder! -We have
posed this last year -as being a unique
class! Only one other, besides ourselves
who were 100% members of the Alumni"
Association!. -
  1881 and 1921,were perfect in that par-
ticular. when: I went away. I return to.
momentous' credit., Alas--our successful
efforts in bringing you all into the fold has
gone for noughL 'Don't let that disturb or
discourage you-as your present subscrip-
tion is about to iexpire fand if you'will but
renew it this year 'and many years to come
I ami sure you wiflget eternal benediction
from our --ardent admirer Mr. Shriniski,
president of the General-Alumni Associa-'
tion-who never cease to extoll us for' our
meritorious action.-F. S-. WITE, Sec'y.
                18827
     Sec'y-Dr. L 'R. HEAD. Madison
           416 Wisconsin Ave.-
           Reune in June!
           -    1883     -   - '
    Sec'y-A. C. UMBREIT, Milwaukee
            912 Shepard Ave.
                1 884
     Sec'y-MARY HOWE SHELTON
              Rhinelander
                1885
  Sec'y-O. D. BRANDENBURG- Madison
  D. M. FREDERIKSEN resides at 2444
Stevens Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.
                18-0       A
      Sec'y-EMMA NUNNS PEASE
                 1887
  Sec'y-KATHERINE ALLEN, Madison,
            228 Langdo0nSt.
            Reune in June!
  This o is to give further information
concerning thle thirtyfifth reunion of
the Class of '87 to be' held at Madison
on Monday, June 12, '1922. The Re-
union Committee,- consisting of Kath-
arine- 'Allen and Messrs. Morris and
Polleys, met at thxe home of Miss-Allen
pIt Madison on the 2nd inst'. to -make
-definite plans concerning the reunion.,
M rs. Charles R. Carpenter (Imogene
Hand) participated in the meeting at      "
-the request ofthe Comm .ittee.
  Mrs. Carpenter has very hospitably-
opened her home (16 Langdon Street)
for the luncheon which will be-oioe of
the leading, features of the reunion.
program. Luncheon will be served at
one o'clock p. m. Not -over three five-
minute speeches will be arranged for to
take placeduring the course of the lun-
cheon and it is hoped also -hat we will
he able to have the class "Prophecy"
read. Immediately at the close of the-
luncheon a short business meeting will
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