Stella Marsh Kasey?
OU Class Ottawa University Class has planned a number of reunion events in connection with commencement commencement activities. Mrs. J. S. Peterson, 911 E. llth, only class member living in Ottawa, has done much of the planning. Mrs. Peterson, the f or m e r Genevieve Rock, and her hus-li band, will have as their house- guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Froning Froning of Lyons. Mr. Froning is a class member. Olhcr class members and guests to be here are John A. Wilson, Wilson, and Mrs. Wilson, Excelsior, Minn.: Mrs. Hugh Kasey, the former former Marsh Cook, and Mr. Kasey, Tulsa; Leslie A. FerrR Riverside, Riverside, Calif.; Mrs. Myrtle* S 0 Jer!in Stuelke, Fullerton, Calif.; Miss Alice Bell, Fresno, Calif.; Mrs. Nina Cowan Phalen of Mason Mason City, Iowa, who will be accompanied accompanied by her sister, Mrs. William Tolpe, Topeka; H. B. Parrish, Kansas City; Ray Wilson, Wilson, Leaven worth; and Miss Rose Hutchins. The reunion guests will be entertained entertained at a dinner this evening evening by First Baptfst Church. They will be guests of O.U. at a breakfast breakfast in Fine Arts room tomorrow, tomorrow, and a breakfast Sunday in the Commons. Mr. and Mrs. bIJV WWiiliilUHO. HAL * ClilU JITi 1 O* Wilson of Excelsior, Minn., are entertaining the group at dinner ' tomorrow at Hill House. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have planned an open house at their home in the afternoon. The group will be honor guests at the 0. U. Alumni dinner tomorrow tomorrow evening. After attending Baccalaureate Sunday morning the visitors will attend the Alumni picnic at noon.