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i M. L. FENCE. - — - - - l’rcsiilent. 1‘
l FRANKLIN FLOETE, - - ~ - Vice-President. i
I, R. T. ANDERSON, — - - - - Treasurer.
5' F. C. ELKIN, — - . - _ Secretary. I.II
LEXINGTON, KY. . ‘.
i EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .
i \V. It. \VALLIS', Chairman. .
‘ W. A. PATTERSON, l
1 H. E. CITRTIS, .
" GEORGE G. BRYAN, I‘
l' R. B. \VALKI‘ZR.
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FRANKLIN FLOETE. - - - President.
I H. ll. CURTIS. - - - - Vice-President.
’7 R. T. ANDERSON, — - - Tyensurcr.
.,,: H. M. GUNN, — - « — Secretary. ,
i: , LEXINGTON. KY. i
‘* EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ‘
f‘ A. M. PETER, Chairman.
, F. C. ELKIN.
‘ J. H. KASTLE, '
l V. E. .\IUNCY.
.3 MILFORD \VIIITE. ,
' 1895. .
.i FRANKLIN FLOETE, - - - President. .
i II. E. CURTIS, - - — - Vice-President.
' R. T. ANDERSON, - - — ’l‘i'cnsurcr.
'_ .V. E. MUNCY, - - - - Secretary." '
; LEXINGTON, KY. ,
. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .
. J. II. KASTLE. Chairman.
W. R. \VALIJS,
F. (J. ELKIN. ‘
. .\. M. PETER, ' i
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aLUMNI ASSOCIATION,
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2 STATE. COLLEGE OF KENTUGKY.
: For the Years [89.3, 1894 and 1895.
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BUSINESS MEETING. 1893. E
E The annual business meeting of the Association took
L place in the Chemical Lecture room of the College, at
- 3 p. In. May 31, 1893. ‘ ;
‘ In the absence of President Manson, the meeting was I
1 called to order by Viccl’resident Pence. E
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and ‘
approved, as were likewise the minutes of the Executive E
, Committee. i
. The following amendments to the constitution were g
unanimously adopted: 7
See. I. Art. XL, to read: “Upon becoming a mem- g
her of the Association, each graduate shall pay an initia-
tion fee of five dollars ($5.00), the annual dues being one 1‘—
‘ dollar ($1.00), payable on or before the day ofthe annual ‘_
1 meeting in each year thereafter.”
‘ Sec. II, Art. X., to read as follows: “All regular .
graduates of the State College of Kentucky may become
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i for in Sec. 1, Art. XI.” Vi
; See. 8, Art. I, By-laws to read: “Installation of
officers.” E
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5' The Treasurer’s report showed one dollar and nine cents '
:, ($1.09J in the treasury, the money for the present year i
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jji not yet havmg been paid over to lnm by the beeretary. '
1:3 The fiJllowing of’rieers were unanimously chosen for the .
ensuing year: i
President~M. L. Pence, Lexington, Ky. ,
: Vice President—Frank]in lf‘loete, Spencer, Iowa. .
ff; Treasurer—ll. T. Anderson, Lexington7 Ky.
?: Secretaryfll’. U. I‘llkin, Lexington, Ky.
5.5 Executive Committee—“’. R. \Vallis, Chairman, \V.
A. Patterson, H. E. Curtis, Geo. (1. Bryan and R. B. '
\Valker.
M. L. PENCE, President.
: F. C. ELKIN, Secretary.
_‘ THE BANQUET.
: The Alumni banquet was given on Wednesday even- ,
‘ ing in honor of the class of ’93, and although rain fell in
torrents during the entire evening, about one hundred
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and fifty guests were present. 'lwo long tables forming '
an oblique cross in the chapel were beautifully decorated
. with potted plants and cut flowers.
Dr. J. H. Kastle was toast master and proposed the fol- r
. lowing toasts, which were responded to by the gentlemen
Whose names respectively follow :
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“l’oeni,” John l’atterson. class of ’82.
“Our Alma Mater,” L. K. de lloode, class ot"82.
“The Story of Mr. Mauzaize." \V. A. l’atterson, class of
’89.
I “Our Association,” Geo. (l. Bryan, class of ’88.
“(.1121ssof"$l3,” II. M. Gunn, class of"93.
”The President and Faculty,” President James K. Pat—
terson.
‘ “The Board of Trustees,” Col. Hart Gibson.
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BUSINESS MEETING [894.
The Association met in regular annual session, in the
Lecture room of the Department of Chemistry, at 3 p. m.,
June (3.
The meeting was called to order by President l’ence.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and
approved. .
- The Executive Committee and also a special committee
submitted reports, which were received and approved. '
The Treasurer reported an indebtedness of thirty—seven i
dollars ($37.00), on account of the Banquet of 1891}. He l
also reported that the said sum had been paid entirely by z
a subscription made by the resident Alumni, leaving a
balance of thirty‘nine cents in the '.l‘reasury. ‘
The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:
President—Franklin Floete, Spencer, Ia.
Vice-President—Henry E. Curtis, Lexington, Ky.
'l‘reasurer—R. T. Anderson, Lexington, Ky.

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[l Secretary—Henry M. Gunn, Lexington, Ky. -
r' Executive Committee-TA. M. Peter, Chairman. F. C. 3'
l. Elkin, J. H. Kastle, V. E. Muncy, of Lexington, Ky., ’;
l and Milford \Vhite. of Williamsburg. Ky. ‘
,‘ It was the sense of the meeting that the action of ‘
i: May 31, ’93. making the initiation fee five dollars ’
l ($5.00), should be rescinded. ‘ ‘
Under the head of “new business” ordered that the ‘
l- question of reducing the annual dues From one dollar to I
ll “ fifty cents. and also the question of reducing the initiation i
fee from five dollars to fifty cents, he referred to the Exec- ‘,
31‘ utive Committee with power to act. .
' By a unanimous vote, the chairman was authorized to
lif‘, appoint a committee from the Association to draft appro- .
‘ priatc resolutions touching the death of F. (‘. Reynolds, i
also a notice of the death of Professor F. M. Helveti, an ‘
. honorary member of the Association. . ‘
-‘ The chair appointed F. C. Elkin and B. T. Southgate,
who reported as follows: ‘
‘VIIEREAS, [t has pleased the all wise Ruler of the lives 3
and affairs of men, to remove from ournumher, our friend '
and associate, Frank C. Reynolds, now therefore, be it
, Resolved. 1. That the Alumni Association of the State

College of Kentucky, has received with deep sorrow the
. iréteglggence of the death of Frank C. Heynolds,ofthe class

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2. That the memory of Frank C. Reynolds deserves to l
:‘ be cherished by the members of this Association, who
.' knew him as a genial companion, a warm hearted friend 1

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i 3. That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes
of this Association.
; 4. That a copy of these resolutions be tendered to the
. family of our deceased friend with the expression of the
i earnest condolences of this Association.
9 The following from the pen of Prof. J. H. Neville
relative to Prof. Helveti, was reported by the Committee:
Francois Marie Helveti, soldier, scholar, gentleman.
I Born in Silesiapabout 1823; Maj. and Lt. 001. in the
3 Federal Army, 1861-1865; Prof. of French and German
‘- in this college, 1869-94; died in St. Joseph’s Hospital,
, Lexington, April ‘25, 18.94.
‘ As a professor he was accomplished, able and efficient;
as a citizen he fulfilled everyduty to his adopted Country;
. as a man he was universally respected.
t His colleagues knew his worth, deplore his loss, and
. pay this tribute to his memory.
' H. M. GUNN, Secretary.
THE BANQUET.
a The banquet in honor of the class of '94 was given on
3 “'ednesday evening June (3, in the drawing room of the
' Mechanical Hall. One hundred and twenty guests were
present.
Small tables were arranged in lines presenting a care—
less, but elegant symmetry. Gut flowers in profusion
. decorated all. Behind a specially arranged support, ‘—
1 rising in receding steps, and hidden by what seemed like
a forest of palms, ferns and other plants, was seated the
1 band from which came the strains of sweetest music.
The menu was elegant.

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E" \Vm. A. Patterson, of the class of ’89 was toast master. 3
l; Always graceful and dignified, his reputation was, on this i
i: occasion, admirably maintained. After some happy and :
{A very appropriate remarks he proposed as toasts the fol- ,,
l“ lowmg:
iii “The Class of ’94, “The Alummc.” “The l
{:5 Highest Culture.” The Alumni,” and “The Board i.
ii of Trustees,” to which J. M. Hays of the class ’94, Prof. l
1% Blanton, J. H. Kastle, class of ’84, George G. Bryan l
543 class of ’88 and Dr. J. D. Clardy, respectively responded.
iii The resident Alumni were invited to attend a banquet.
rig given on May 14, 1894, by the Faculty, to celebrate the
E; - twenty-fifth anniversary of President Patterson’s presidency
all of the College. The Alumni, desiring to recognize the
:1 event appropriately, appointed a committee, who prepared
"i ? the following memorial, which was handsomely engrossed
3, by J. R. Scott, and presented to the President on this
2;, occasion, in a graceful speech by L. K. deRoode.
if) ' “To James K. Patterson, for five and twenty years,
r} president of the A. & M. College of Kentucky, we its ‘
{5 Alumni, desire to eXpress our appreciation of his u ndaunted
,2: efforts in its behalf, his unfailing confidence in its ultimate
success and his unwavering fidelity to the cause of its
.1 advancement, which have characterized the life work of
our loved President. In his continued successful leader-
:- ship, we wish him God-speed, and the fullest realization

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of his cliiefest aspiration, to bring to a still higher degree of
' prosperity our dear Alma Mater.”
1 [Signed] J. R. SCOTT. Chairman]
J. H. KAs'an, l
‘.' A. M. l’E'riiR, 1 Committee of the
1 L. K. I'ncltmum. | Alumni.
‘ l“. C. ELKIN. ,l
1. J. H. Kastle spoke to the toast “Our Future,” and Miss
1 Emma 11. (hitting responded to “The Class 09.94."
1 In the effort to give the proceedings of three years in
one report, lack of space prevents formal notice of a num-
ber of interesting events, among othe: s may be mentioned
the l‘lncampment, the animal Field Day Exercises. in
which some exceptionally good records were made, the
Annual (Jlass Day Exercises, the Commencement Exer-
1 cises, and the annual receptions given by President and
Mrs. Patterson.
' BUSINESS MEETING :895.
‘ The members of the Association met in regular animal
‘ session for the transaction of business, in the Chemical
Library room, at i} p. m., June 7), 189.3.
The meeting was called to order by Vice-President H.
E. Curtis.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and .'.
approved.
' Dr. Peter Chairman of the Executive Committee re-
ported that a meeting had been called on May 13th, for

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the purpose of considering the character and place of the

; entertainment to be given in honor of the class of ’95.

He reported that as a result of this and subsequent infor— _
'mal meetings, preparations had been made to give a {y

L banquet at the Navarre Cafe, but that on account ofthe E

l. seriousillness of one of the members of'the Association, all i

I idea of the banquet was given up on Friday, May 31, and .g l
.all invitations recalled. i l

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to the death of Wm. A. Patterson on June 33rd, where- ‘3}
upon, on motion, the following resolutions, prepared by ‘.

,' Messrs. H. E. Curtis, H. S. Berry, B T. Southgate, J. i \

‘ H. Kastle and A. M. l’eter, were unanimously adopted, .."
ti and ordered spread upon the minutes: “w
: \VHEREAs, the Association of Alumni of'the StateOollege ! .
of Kentucky has received with deep sorrow the intelli- ‘1

‘ gence of the death of one of its most valued and highly I.
_;' esteemed members, Mr. \Villiam Andrew l’atterson, of I:
l the class ot"8$); therefore be it I'

11:: Resolved, that his memory be cherished by this Associa- "'

3 ' tion on account ot'his high attainments, and for his many 7

I‘ lovable traits of'eharaoter. which endeared him to all of ;; '
- its members.
;‘ [fem/red, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the "

bereaved family, as an assurance of our heart-felt sympathy t

3- for them in their ai'lliction. _ . ...
_ [Ema/mid, that these resolutions be spread upon the
..' minutes of the Asmeiation and published in the city

-‘ papers. ‘
- It was alsa ordered that an appropriate sketch be pre-
~ pared for publication in the annual report.

 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. 11
Dr. A. M. Peter contributed the following:
Entered into rest on the evening of June 3, 1895,
\Villiam Andrew, only and beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
. James K. Patterson. The sinking sun's last rays shed a
51' mellow radiance over waving grass and fluttering trees,
:, through which a soft June wind sang a requiem. A hush
l and calm seemed over all. No sound, save the quivering
i l of the leaves, and the drowsy twitter of the birds among
l them. Amidst the sweet and .holy calm, asweet and
i gentle spirit took its flight.
a}. \Villiam Andrew Patterson was born in Lexington, Ky.,
‘ri April 12, 1868. From earliest childhood he was his
J a. father’s most constant companion,his confidant and friend.
3, , Very early he showed a wonderful memory, and soon
' acquired habits of thought far beyond his years. He
> .."J graduated in the class of ’89, and spent most ofthe follow-
' , ing year in travel in Europe, with his father and mother. ,
1 ‘ ~"=as On his return in 1891, he was appointed assistant professor .
i of English literature in the State College, and two years
' i later became his tather’s assistant in history as well.
Most of as associate him in some way with our college
3' . (lays. Some of us recall the child seated proudly before
., his father on horseback. riding slowly in the shade of the .
; old trees at “Woodland," some the modest and retiring
{ youth, whose strong individuality attracts classmates and
‘ college friends; or the dignified young man, whose graceful
f; manner and fluency of speech, have won him the position
. of toast- master upon some occasion of festivity. He pos-
l sessed that rare gift of telling a good story in a way as
» ‘-' original as it was finished, and a keen wit that was
' tempered by good taste. With his lriends he was a de-
lightful companion. We all keep a bright spot in our
memory for him.
The following officers were unanimously elected for the
ensuing year, viz:

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‘,. President, Franklin Floete. Spencer. Iowa.
Vice—President—Henry E. Curtis, Lexington, Ky. ’_
V' Treasurer—R. T. Anderson, Lexington, Ky. .
. Secretary—V. E. Muncy, Lexington, Ky. ii
Executive Committee-—J. H. Kastle. Chairman, Lex-
'i ington, Ky., \V. R. \Vallis, Lexington, Ky” 17. Cr. l‘llkin,
E ‘ Lexington, Ky., A. M. Peter, Lexington. Ky.. and M. _' '
L. l’ence, Lexington, Ky.
E On motion the meeting adjourned.
v. E. MUNCY, Secretary.
:- On account of the death of \V. A. Patterson no ban- 5?
f , quet was given. and no commencement exercises were
held. The members of the senior clzus, eighteen in num- _:
‘i her, with their friends met in the chapel at 10 a. 1n., .
June 6. The Vice-President, John Shacklei'ord, con—
”2,; fen-ed the degrees; Dr. Spurr, Chairman of the Board fl
of Trustees, delivered the diplomas and all went quietly §
3} home. i
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:3 The Alumni are earnestly requested to report changes

" of address or occupation or any errors in this list promptly

t0 the Secretary.

,- , 1869.

’ \Villiam Benjamin Munson, B. 5‘., President of the

Denison and \Vashitu Valley Railway Company, Denison,

Texas.

', 1870.

i Thomas Volney Munson, B. S., M. S., ’83, Proprietor

i of the Denison Nurseries, Denison, Texas.

1871. _

Enoch Harding, B. s., n. \V01'tl), Texas.

i 1874.

2% Robert Emmett Carswell, B. 8.; L L. B., College of

i Law, K. U., 1876, Decatur, Texas. '
if John Allen Dean, B. S., Attorney at Law, Owensboro,

3; Kentucky.

i; ' Thomas Rollins Hardin, B. S., M. S., ‘76., Teacher, ,
¥ Fort Jesup, La.

:1 Edward Everett Smith, B. S., General Agent f'or D. C.

3 Heath & Com )an , Atlanta, (.‘reor ia. .
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g 1875.

3; Edgar Thomas Brown, B. S., M. S., ’77; Real Estate

g Broker, Wichita, Kansas.

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1877. ,-
Franklin Floete, B. S., Lumber Merchant, Spencer, y
Iowa. ’ ;
Ballard Preston lVard, B. S., Farmer and Stockman, $3,
Speedwell, Va. :
1878. g=
Moses Salvador Cole, B. S. not heard from. -
Mahlon Mackie. B. S., deceased. 1'
; 1879. f
‘ Napoleon Bonaparte l-Iays, B. S , M. S. ’84, Attorney :1
at Law, Pineville, Ky. . ‘1,
' Henry Moses \Vright, B. S., Attorney at Law, Rome, 3"
: Georgia. ii‘
- Caleb Sykes Perry, B. S., Principal \Vinlield Business i.
,‘ College, \Vinfield, Kansas. ‘,',
Charles Graham Blakeley, B. S., M. S., ‘84, Actuary 1
; Kansas Mutual Life Association, Topeka, Kansas. :3
1880. fi
}1 James Crawford, B. S , Lexie, Tennessee. l
Alfred Meredith Peter, B. S., M. S. ’85, Chemist, Ken- :5
.1 tucky Agricultural Experiment Station, State College,
:2 Lexington, Ky. '1
Ti Nicholas John \Veller, B. S., Attorney at Law, l’ine- 7?
. ville, Ky.
George Croghan \Vhatley. B. S., Birmingham, Alabama ' .
1881. :1
Merry Lewis Pence, B. S., M. S. ’85, Professor of a,
, Physics, State College, Lexington, Ky. :“_
i 3.

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'_ 1882.

I John Armstrong Shackleford, A. B., A. M. ’86, Attor-

’_ ney at Law, Tacoma, \Vashingfon. .

3 John Letcher Patterson, A. B., A. M. ’86, A. B. Har-
8‘ vard ‘84. Professor of' Ancient Languages, Louisville High
,1 School, Louisville, Ky.

: John \Villiam Stoll, A. B., Teller Lexington City
1- National Bank, Lexington, Ky.

: Louis Kuimlers, deRoode, A. B. A. M., ’86, Lexington,
, Kentucky.

'1‘. Edward Lee Rodgers, A. B., Stenographer, Cincinnati,
3; Ohio.

1, George G. Berry, B. S., Revenue Service, Lexington,

Kentucky.

-‘ 1883.

3 James \V. Taylor, A. B., St. Louis, Mo.

.: \Villiain Elijah King, B. S., Attorney at Law, Spokane

1 Falls, \Vashington.

l 1884. _

‘ Burton Penderghast Eubank, B. S., Attorney at Law,

Dallas, Texas. i

, Clarence Scott Graves, B. S., Steam Laundry, Lexing-

2 ton, Kentucky.

Henry Clay Jones, B. S., (deceased).

’ ‘3: Joseph Hoeing Kastle, B. S., M. S. ’86; Ph. D.,
2 Johns Hopkins ’88, Professor of Chemistry, State College,
1 Lexington. Ky.

3 Russell Thomas Ramsey, B. S., M. D., Cincinnati, Med-

] ical College, Physician, London, Ky.

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Otis Violette Riley, B. S., Attorney at Law, Pineville, _
Ky. L
1885. g
Rudolph John Julius deRoode. B. S., M. S. ’87; P11. 4
D., Johns Hopkins, ’90, Chemist for Fraser & Co., 262 “"‘
Fifth Avenue, New York. .
George Thomas Gess, B. S., Attorney at law, Lexing- .
ton, Ky. i
J. Crittendon Gordon, B. S. i
“rilliam David Lambuth, A. B.; B. L., M. L., Colum-

bia Law School, Attorney at Law, Seattle, Washington.
James Russell Scott, B. S., Architect, Lexington, Ky. .
\Villiam Garland Thornhury, B. S., Architect, Chicago, .:‘
Illinois. i
5 1886. fig
Thomas Hunt Morgan, B. S., M. S. ’83; Ph. 1).. Johns ';
Hopkins ’90, Professor of Biology Bryn Mawr College, l.
Bryn Mawr, l’a.
Robert Lee Prewitt, A. B., \Valnut Hill, Ky.
\Villiam Prewitt, A. B., Attorney at Law, Fort \Vorth
Texas. ,
? 1887. .
iv Thomas \Vheatley Shackleford, A. B., B. L. Ann 3
;: Arbor, Attorney at Law, Superior, \Visconsin. /
Kearney Lee Hifner, B. S., Farmer, South Elkhorn,
‘ Kentucky.
1888. .:
' George Gist Bryan, B. S., Revenue Service, Lexington, :
Kentucky. ;

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_ Fred \Viucout Bartlett, B. S., Coal and Feed Merchant,

.} Lexington. Ky.

Bell Clement Gum], B. S., [)Il's. Charles S. K:1y,]
Springfield, Ohio. '

“Z Henry Ernest Curtis, B. S., M. ‘3. ’92, Chemist Ken-
! tucky Agricultural Experiment Station, State College,
_ Lexington, Ky.
Robert Trent l’ayue, B. S., Athens. Ky.
188$).
.1 Hugh )[iller Frazer, B. S., Student, Johns Hopkins
University, Baltimore, Md.

i Robert Bernie \Valker, B. S., Book-keeper, Lexington,

'j Kentucky. - ‘
Edward l‘lllershaw, A. B., A. M. ’92, Attorney at Law,

Digby, Xovu Scotiu.

\Villiam Andrew Patterson, B. S., (deceased)

.3 Anna Gist l’rewitt, B. S., \Valnut Hill, Ky.

l 1890.

Richard Thomas Anderson, J1'., B. S., Collector Fay- '
if ctte National Bank, Lexington, Ky. '
" Annie Jane Baker, B. S., [MI-s. J. N. Huwkius,] \Vcst

{ Third St.., Lexington, Ky. .
Charles Robert Brock, B. S., Attorney at Law, London, 1

fl Kentucky. > 3

Keene Richard Forston, B. S., not heard from. __
: John \V. (lunn, C. E., Civil Engineer, Lexington, ,
:j Ky.
: Charles Hoeing, A. B., A. M. ’92, Student Johns Hop—
kins University, Baltimore, Md. 1
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Margaret Agnes \Vilson, B. S., Chicago, Ill. ._
James Anderson Yates, B. S , Professor of Chemistry j.
and Natural History, \Villiamsburg College, \Villinms— .4
burg, Ky. it
. , 1891. K;
j B. Callie \Vnrner, B. s [MI-s. J. H. Knstle,] Lexing-
‘l ton, Kentucky. g
; U. L. Clardy, B. S., Teacher, Newstead. Ky.
: Henry Skillmun Berry, B. S., Attorney at Law, Lex-
ington, Ky. 5
\Villiatn Russell \Vallis, C. E., Civil Engineer, Lex- ‘
' ington. Ky. 3
‘ Victor Emanuel Muncy, B. S., Assistant in the
, Academy, State College, Lexington. Ky. g
l 1892. ' g
' Frank Elmer Scovell, C. E, Miller, Rosehill, Ill. ,3
\Villiam Seabury Page, C. E., Teacher, McMillins, ;
i \Vushington. 'l
. Frank Craig Reynolds, C. E., (deceased).
Isaac l’rather Shelby, 0. E., Mining Engineer, Grayson,
‘ Kentucky.
j Sunuel Lancaster Pottinger, A. B., M. D., Louisville,
j Medical College. Physician, l’n‘eckinridge St, Louisville, ‘
Kentucky. *
l Arthur Melville Cox, A. B., Attorney at Law, Cyn-
, thiana, Kentucky. '
John Gee Maxey, A. B., Tompkinsville. Ky. '
Butler Turpin Southgate, A. B., Attorney at Law, Lex- :,
j ington, Ky. ,1

 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. 1.‘)
Irene Leonora l'lunt, B. S., Teacher, Briar Hill, Ky.

,7 Hiram Shaw, J12, B. S., Hatter and Furnisher, Lex—

‘ ington, Ky.

ii. . Fielding Clay Elkin, B. S., Attorney at Law, Lex-

il'; 1ngton, l\.y.

‘ ' 1893. _,

Katherine Inez Adams, B. S., [Mrs Horton Moore,]

Lexington, Ky.

:5 John Irvin Bryan, B. S., B. M. E. ’95, Revenue Cutter 1

.3; Service. Sun Francisco, (.‘val. '

l Edmund Courtney, B. l" d., Student Medicine, Louis— ;

ville, Ky. -

,' \Villiam Cott Hobdy, B. S., Student of Medicine, Co~ ‘

i, lumhia College, New York. V

James Richard Johnson, B. M. E, Assistant in the 1

i Department of Mechanical Engineering. State College,

;; Lexington, Ky. l

3 John \Villiam McFarlin, B. S., Stenographer, \Vin— i

i Chester, Ky. l

Morton Sanders lluiley, C. 19., Geodetic Survey, \Vnsh-

ington, I). C. l

Daniel Stillwell Roberts. B. Fed, Student Post Grud—

1: uate, State College, .liexington, Ky.

:v‘fi Denny l’erryman Smith, B. S., Editor Kentucky Tel- 1

E ephone, Cadiz, .Ky.

Rosa Speyer, B. S., 'l‘cncher, Lexington, Ky. l-

J Milford \Vhitc, (‘. E., Professor of' .\luthemuticsin \Vil- I

limnslmrg College, \Villimnslulrg, Ky. I

.l Benjamin Grant \Villis, B. S. Clerk, Lexington, Ky. I
i

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20 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. fr i
Henry Martin Gunn, B. S., Teacher, Pine Grove, Ky. i
Cora E. \Vare, B. Ped , Teacher, Jackson, La.
, 1894. -
I Edwin Chester-tied Aulick, A. 13., Teacher, Hightower, :
1 Ky. , j
‘ (‘reorge Dickie Bradshaw, B. Ped., Teacher, \Vinehes-
ter, Ky.
: Edward Brand, A 13., Teacher, Muir, Kentucky. ‘1'.
i Carlton Coleman Curtis, B. S., Lexington, Ky. 1‘
John Theodore Faig, B. M. E, Draughtsman for Lane ’5
._ and Bodley, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1“
. Ulysses Anderson Garred, B. M. E, with Aldrich Gas 43
f Machine Company. Lexington, Ky.
James Morrison Hays, A. 1%., Teacher, Flat Lick, Ky. T6
l Leonard Samuel Hughes, B. 8., Student of Medicine, .
;‘ Louisville, Ky. l
{3 Matison Boyd Jones, A. 13., Teacher, Annville, Ky. .-
' Benjamin Christopher Kciser, B. S., Chemist, 99th and i;
Torrencc Avenue, Chicago, Ill. ' 1
. Lillie Kroesing, B. S., Stenographer, Lexington, Ky.
Nina l’earl ()ots, B. S., Lexington, Ky. '
Nathan Alexander Newton, B. M. 15., Lexington, Ky.
Albert Clif’t Norman, B. M. ll, Revenue Cutter Service 9,-
Savanah, Ga.
Katherine Hhelhy, B. S.. Teacher, Lexington, Ky.
Dora Sledd, B. l’ed.; Mrs. H. 13., Robinson, 221 North
Upper St, Lexington, Ky.

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. \Villiam Clay Trigg, C. E., Civil Engineer, Pushma— .
é taha, Miss.
Hattie Hooker \Varner, B. S., Lafolette, Tenn. 1
1895.
'_ Diary Lyons Atkins, B. S., Post Graduate Course, State ‘
l 1 College, Lexington, Ky. 3
Henry Skillman Bush, B. S., Architect, Lexington, Ky. *
Mary LeGrand Didlake, B. S., Post Graduate Course, 1,
3; State College, Lexington. l
_, Joseph Milton Downing, B. M. E., Lexington, Ky. '
) John \'iek Faulkner, (,‘v. E., Hampton, Ky. l
Lucy Stuart Fitzhue‘h, A. B., Post Graduate Course, ;
*5 State College, Lexington, Ky. l
i Nettie Bell Foster, B. S., Lexington, Ky. l
T6 Elizabeth ‘.Vhittington King, A. B., Teacher, Lexing-
, . ton, Ky. 1
l? Thomas Stone Lewis, A. B., Student of Medicine, 1
; Louisville, Ky. i
{5 James Asa McCouathy, B. S., Kirklevington, Ky. ;
Mary Catherine MeCotiglilif‘Fe, B, S., Student, Business
College, Lexington, Ky. l
' Paul Ingold Murrill, B. S., Assistant Chemist, State 3
College, Lexington, Ky. i
if Roberta Newman, B. S., Muir, Ky. l
Nellie Anna Reynolds, B. S., Post Graduate Course, l~
State College, Lexington, Ky. l
Richard Charles Stoll, A. B., Student of Law, Yale l
University, New Haven, Conn. i
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:1 John \Vebb \Villmott, A. B., Bookkeeper Phoenlx .1.; {.11.
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