HASTINGS COLLEGE, 1902
WHAT SOME OF ITS 19TH-CENTURY GRADUATES WERE
DOING IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY*
Eighty-four students have been graduated from Hastings College to date; fourteen are now ministers or theological students; fourteen are public school principals and teachers; nine are members of college faculties; six are lawyers; six are physicians or medical students; three are missionaries. Besides these, its graduates have been represented in the State Superintendency and the County Superintendency; in farming, journalism, electrical work, surveying, and various lines of business. We give here the names of some of the graduates, together with positions held by them:
R.N. Powers, ’88, Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Kansas, Ill.
Henry S. Corbett, ’89, Formerly State Superintendent
Robert E. Moritz, ’92, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics, University of Nebraska
Janet Carpenter, ’92, Instructor at Kansas City University
Alma Chapman, ’93, M.D., Physician at State Asylum, Hastings, Neb.
George Norlin, ’93, Ph.D., Professor of Greek, University of Colorado
A.S. Barrows, ’97, Instructor, Syrian Protestant College, Beirut, Syria
James B. Brown, ’99, Instructor, Syrian Protestant College
R.D. Moritz, ’99, ex-County Superintendent
W.F. Stichter, ’99, Principal of Schools, Wolcott, Iowa
E.R. Bushnell, ’99, Journalist, Philadelphia Times
Margaret J. Jones, ’00, Missionary, Hang-Chow, China
*Material quoted from a flier mailed to prospective students in 1902.