The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, May 01, 1889, Image 16

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    style of architecture, having on the first floor
reception-room, library, dining-hall and kit
chen. On the second and third floors are
located the sleeping apartments and bath
rooms. The whole building will be heated
by steam, and lighted by electricity.
Lieutenant Pague has completed a Tennis
Court, which will equal any in the State.
The following officers were elected at the
last meeting of the Washington Literary So
ciety : President, J. D. Hunter; Vice-Presi
dent, C. J. Girvin ; Recording Secretary, H.
H. Herr; Corresponding Secretary, J. A.
Hunter; Treasurer, J. B. Walker; Critic, C.
H. Hile ; Editors, F. N. Weidner, S. G. Craw
Ralph Crump has obtained a position in
the Union Trust Company of Philadelphia.
’Bl. Prof. David I. Etters, who is Principal
of the Bellefonte High School, visited the
college lately,
’B2. I. P. McCreary is working in the
Maintenence of Way Office of the P. R. R.
and expects soon to be called over the road
as assistant supervisor.
’B3. Will E. Gray has recovered from a
serious attack of inflammatory rheumatism,
and is again in his law office at Bellefonte.
’B3. Dougald Jackson is at present in the
mining regions of Montana, where he is
working out a scheme for the introduction of
electricity as motive power in the mines.
’BB. Wm. P. Jones is taking a course in
medicine at the University of Vermont.
'BB. Wm. M. Portier is occupying a posi
tion as topographer on the Denver and Rio
Grande Railroad. He is working on a new
road which is being built up Pikes Peak.
’BB. John G. Thomas is studying medicine
at the University of Pennsylvania.
’BS. Nat E. Wilson is not attending Cornell
University as stated in the February issue.
He is located at Burlington, Vermont, where
he is assistant chemist in the agricultural
experiment station.
’9O. J. R. Rose has succeeded his father in
business, and is now contracting for the con
struction of asphalt payments.
’9O. John Mitchell has been released from
his engagements with the Philadelphia Ball
Team. He has signed as pitcher on the
Minneapolis Team of the North Western
’9l. Frank Atherton has left college and
gone to Huntingdon, Pa. where he is teaching
music. He spent a few days with us last
’9l. Sam. Allen spent a few hours among
his numerous friends at the College recently.
He accompanies the Appropriation Com
mittee of the Senate on its visit.
Rev. Wm. Snyder, the pastor of the Re
formed Church of Bellefonte, died of pneu
monia at Atlantic City, where he had gone
for the benefit of his health, on the 20th of
April. Mr. Snyder will be remembered by
the students as one of the ablest ministers
who filled the pulpit of the college chapel,
The Misses Detwiler of Columbia, Linea
weaver of Lebanon and Mehaffey of Marietta,
are visiting at the home of Lieut and Mrs.
Mrs. Mary A. Noble, formerly Mrs. Her
man, matron of the college, died at her home
in the village on the morning of April 27th.
The deceased met her death in having drunk
the contents of a cup containing strychnine
during a time of temporary insanity.