State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1904-1911, February 15, 1906, Image 8
News From " Down East.” On the evening of Jan. 12th The Pennsylvania State College Alumni Association of New England held its quarterly meeting and banquet at the Quincy House, Boston, Mass. Fifteen out of the twentv-five on the roll were present. At eight o’clock, following a general hand shake in the parlors, the grand march to the dining room started with President Hile and “Dude” Walker, who represented the hun griest man in the lead. The dinner and program were en tirely informal, gaps between courses being shortened by songs ; and jokes and stories of old times at State were many. Some excitement was caused by the persistent effort of Hile, Walker and Miller to turn the affair into a discussion on children’s diseases. Short talks were made by Hile, Walker, Bowen, Mi'ler, Butler and Clendenin, the last named sticking to his usual subject, “The Ladies.” At the business meeting, Messrs. Walker, Wirt and Bowen were ap pointed a committee to draw up an expression of the feeling of the New England Alumni on the resignation of Dr. Atherton. It was moved and carried that the President make a draft of the ideas brought out for making the Asso ciation a greater help to the College and present this draft at the next meeting. It was decided that the next meet ing be held on the evening of May sth, 1906. The following men were present: Robt. Mathias, ’95, Vice President; B. J. Bowen, ’96, Secy. Treas.; W. H. Walker, ’9O, D. S. Miller, ’OO, J. R. Maddock, ’O2, A. A. Wirt, ’O3, E. B. Stauffer, ’O3, J. C. Cler.- denin, ’O3, E. F. McLaughlin, ’O5, R. L. Kreidler, ’O5, R. H. Fritchie, ’O5, J. H. Yarnell, ’O5, B, C, Butler, ’O5, A, C- Mylan, ’O4, THE STATE COLLEGIAN 11/ Cl Onr IVI STANDARD PORTABLE W fd I DIRECT READING -h- Weston Standard Portable Voltmeter H. A. EVEY CAB WORK A SPECIALTY Both ’Phones RUBBER STAMPS are time savers and are-adapted to innum erable uses. Write or 'phone us for any thing in the line of Stamps, Ink Pads, Racks, Daters, Stencils, Check Protectors, etc. Catalogues on request. BELLEFONTE STAMP WORKS Office in ihe Mallory Studio, Bcllefonte, Pa. S. E. KIMPORT Dealer in Choice Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb and Poultry in Season. State College. H. GRIMM MERCHANT TAILOR STATE COLLEGE. PA Thirty years’ experience in Tailoring. Samples of the'linest Imported Goods always on hand. DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY. PALACE RESTAURANT Go there for a lull line of Sand wiches and i.nnrh We use our «*\vn home-boiled Ham in Sandwiches. Oysters served in all styles Boarding by the week, day or meal. W. G. CALDWELL, Prop.! Voltmeters, Ammeters, Ohmetters and Portable Galvanometers For Laboratory, Testing and Swith-board use Our Portable Instruments are recognized as STANDARD The semi-portable Labora tory Standards are still better. Our Station Voltmeters and Ammeters are unsurpassed in point of extreme accuracy and lowest consumption of energy Weston Electrical Instrument Co Ma’n Office and Works Waverly Park. NEWARK, N. J New York Office, 7-1 Cortland! St. S. W. KALIN Hatter and Men’s Furnisher Students’ Headquarters for Hats. C Neckwear, Fancy Sinrts. Hosiery, > [lnderwear, Gioves and Sweaters } STATE COLLEGE - RA. I A fresh supply of Peter’s and Nestie’s Swiss Milk Chocolate always on hand GEO. D. BARBEY, 370 Main NITTANY LIGHT & POWER CO. STATE COLLEGE. WILLIAMS & ROAN Furni rune Dealers FOLDING BOOK CASES CHEFFONtERS STUDY TABLES SPECIAL FORSTUDENTS LEMONT, RENN. JOSEPH MARKLE STATE COLLEGE. PA. All Kinds of Choice Meats THE MEAT MARKET, Old Postoffice PI ice Special Inducements to Clubs. TELEPHONE.