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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1910)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Young: Men's Styles, $3.50 to $5.00
LINCOLN'S LEADING SHOE STORE
C. II. Prey, florist, 1133 0 at.
George W. Dudley, '02, is su
perintendent or bcIiooIb nt Pal
New Hayden Stucco, 1127 0 st.
h II. Greer, '05, has changed
his addrcss-from-LoB- Angeles to
Chapin Rros., florists, 127 So.
Mi&r JUlia Nagl made a short
visit to the metropolis last
Thornburg'a Orchestra. Auto
5877. "" ' - '
Miss Mabelle. McVeigh will
havo sehargc of the Latin work
Domestic Lunch. J. McKcn-
sie, 1230 H.
11. Griswold, '10, has opened
an electrical offico in Sioux City
and reports a fine business. ,
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe,
U5ril9 So. ,12th stroot. .'
Miss Ada Morgan, 10, has ac
cepted a position., as .primary
teacher at Ilavolock forthe en
suing year. ,
Inspector A. M. Voss visited
tho. high schools of Callaway, Co
znd, Ogalalla and Beaver Crossr
ing last wook." ,
GRADUA TION PRESENTS
Are now arriving and we are able to show you a com
plete line. An early inspection insures a better choice.
1143 O STREET
Try ft lunch at tho Y. M. C. A.
Spa. 13th and P sts.
Miss Mary Pursinger, '10, will
be one of the high school in
structors at University Place next
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.
120 N. 11th.
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W. H. Coleman, U. of N., of
Hardy has been elected to the
superintendency of the Ogalalla'
schools, for next. year.
Dr. E. M. Cramb, Osteopathic
Physician, U. of N. '09 Burling
Amy Axtell, Esther and Grace
Burritt, Thekla Egren, Ruby and
Kathryn Kncpper ami Mario
ITouska were initiated into Delta
Ze'ta May 5, at the home of Mrs,.
C, E. Shugart, Afterward tho
first annual banquet was held at
tho new Lindell. Of the patron
esses, Mrs." Samuel Avery nn'd
Mrs. A. E. Sheldon werd present.
Picnic dayp are hero. We make a
specialty of putting up sandwiches,
salads, cakes and all the dalritles that
help to make tho day enjoyable. Dal
rymplo's, 13th and M. tf
Prof. Herbert Brownell, who
has recently been elected to a
position in the teachers college,,
was up from Peru Saturday. , ,
The board of education of the
Norfolk public schools ?rave se
lected Miss Fannie Conkling to
the position of English teadier
in the Norfolk high schools
Miss. Emma Bauman of "West
Point, Miss Marion Hart of Kan
sas City, Mo.,, and Miss Elizabeth
Mitchell of Omaha, all attended
their Alpha Omicron Pi formal
party in the- Temple Friday
Miss Noll Blodgett, '10, Chi
Omega, will teach' in tho Har
vard) Neb., high school next year,
She will teach German and English,'"
FOURT&-- ANNUAL - ZMUS1C - FESTIVAL
dMay i6-iy, Oliver Theatre N
SEATS FOR SJNQLE CONCERTS MAY BE
RESERVED TODAY AT BOX OFFICE
Thats the name of the new
high heel last? Gun Metal and
SHOE Patent high shoes now shown
v x in our Windows. $4.50,
Expert Repairing. 1:2:20 0 St,
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Every Well-Dressed '"".,
Man In Town Needs
A Pair Of The New
For Dress Wear
Your dress ihoes tmpl he correct
M every detail of style, fit and finish '
and'the oneway to be sure of this it '
to come to us and secure a pair of
Regak Our Regal dress modcU
include the celebrate" Regal pucapc -
Regal quarter-sizes insure the perfect '
fit necessary in drass shoes,"
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Speisr & Simon
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