Barton, Albert (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 5, Number 6 (March 1904)
With the classes, pp. 208-212
20co'nsin Alumni .Mafgazine. New York, February 2, on the steamer Auguste Victoria, of the Hamburg-American line, for a pleasure trip to the Mediter- ranean.. They will return to Mad- is-n about the micddle. of April. 191 Mr. and. Mrs. F'reerick A. John- son (Emma B. Rosenstengel, '91) and family have gone to El Paso, Texas, for the recuperation of Mr. Johnson's health. Herman C. Winter, '95, assist- ant secretary of the Dane County Telephone Company, was recently elected secre~tary and treasurer of the Independenit Telephone A- soeciaton at Milwaukee. Jeffer- son C. Harper, law, '91, was electl a member of the executive committee, and George W. Wilder, '96, was, mmade a member ol the committee appointed to settle- dif- ficulter- that may arise betweet the independent companies. Z, Dr. E. R. Buckley, stategeolo- gist of Missouri, -gave)a five weeks' course of lectuies at the University of .Chicago on The Metallic Resources, of the United States. These- lctures were a part of the regular course in eco- nomic geology. They were given from January 18th to February 15. Dr., and Mrs. Buckley were recent Madison visitors. '95 Mrs. S. Howard Cady, of Green Bay (Helen A. Baker, '95), and her mother, Mrs. J. H. D. Baker, of Madison, have gone to, Cali- fornia, where they will visit Mrs. Baker's daughter, Mrs. Charles Barnes (Martha S. Baker, '93), in San Diego. to Boise City, James Hayes '91). TheyT will also go- Idaho, to visit Mrs. (Florence E. Baker,. '96 At a recent meeting of the Mad- ison reside nt, alumni of the class- of '96, a committee was appointed to make arrangements for a re-- union of the class to be held dur- ing' the jubilee next June. The committee appointed consisted of- Professors O, B. Zimmerman and Grant Showerman, Misses Char-- lotte Freeman and Iva Welsh,, Messrs. Frank W. Lucas, John B.- Sanborn, -Albert Barton, J. Curtis. Gordo'n and Lewis L. Alsted, Mil- Waukee, president of the class asq- William J. Anderson, law '96, has been elected associate editor of The Irrigation Age, a monthly- magazine published ini Chicago. In addition to this editorial work, Mr. Anderson is writing several .series of articles on taxation for-- syndicate publication in news- papers. '98 Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand H. Doyon recently made an extensive, trip in the east. They visited in the New England states, and were in Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Montreal. Miss Grace McNair, who has been teaching at Brodhead, has accepted a position in the Neenah high school. '99 At a recent meeting of the Mad- ison resident members of the class of '99 it was decided to hold a class reunion in June. Plans. 210*.
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