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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 2, Number 9 (June 1901)

News from the alumni,   pp. 389-397


Page 391


News from the Alumni.
               '86
  See notice of class reunion, page
372.
               '87
  Mary Sylvia Tenney and Dr. Healy
of Chicago were quietly married May
12th at the bride's home at Madison.
Rev. Mr. Gilmore, of the Unitarian
church, officiated. Miss Tenney has
been for several years at the head of
the Ethical Culture Settlement in the
Jewish quarter of Chicago.    Dr.
Healy has been assistant physician
for the past year at the Mendota hos-
pital, and has now located for the
practice of his profession at Buena
Park, a north side suburb of Chicago.
The couple left immediately for Chi-
cago, where they will reside on the
Sheridan Road.
                 '88
  See notice of reunion of '88 1, page
372.
               '89
  Niles L. Colman, '89 1, and Ger-
trude  Madge Sexton, ('98), were
married at Juneau, Wis., April 30th.
Mr. Colman is county judge of Vilas
county, and they will make their
home at Eagle River, Wis.
J. J. Schindler has recently been
appointed city editor of the St. Paul
Pioneer Press.
  Ernest N. Warner was Memorial
Day orator at Marshall.
                '90
  Prof. A. A. Bruce spoke to the
pupils of the Madison high school
on Arbor and Bird Day.
  John A. Hancock, '90 h, goes to
Mankato, Minn., to take a position
in the state normal school at that
place.
                '91
  There is little more to be said on
  the subject of '91's gathering. The
Madison commi tee are doing all in
their power to have it a success, and
they are being ably. seconded by the
out-of-town members of the class.
Since the last i sue, a number more
have written that they are coming
too, and circulas have been sent to
all non-graduate members of the class
whose addresses are known. Every-
thing points to a large attendance and
an occasion whi h will be memorable
for the hearty r newal of the friend-
ships made in college days.
  W. F. Ellsworth, ('91), is with
Ames, Frost & (o. of Chicago.
  Dr. H. Herzog is located at Craw-
fordsville, Ga.
  W. H. Hopkin s,('91), is a minister
at Denver, Col. His home address is
133 West 3rd av .
  Mrs. T. E. Lo )pe died of pneumo-
nia April 15thi at Iola, Wis., and was
buried at Eure -a. She leaves, be-
sides her husba nd, two little daugh-
ters.
  F. T. Merritt, ('91), is in  St.
Michael, Alaska. His wife will join
him there this sammer.
  Dr. Frank H. Miller, who has been
teaching this year in the Normal
High School of St. Louis, will spend
the summer in England.
  L. G. Nash ('91), is a lawyer at
Spokane, Wash.
  Born to Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kyle
(May Sanborn), a daughter, at To-
mab, April 25th.
  Georgiana Sheldon,('91), who has
been at the Pal myra sanitarium for
some weeks, recently left there for a
sojourn with he family   of Col.
Thornton at Magnolia on Cape Ann.
low in German,
ing year in stud
  Prof. Paul S.
will spend the com-
y in Germany.
'92
leinsch was one of the
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