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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1895)
Gloves at 1008 O street.
Go to Rector's for your hot soda.
The Delian girls can also rustic a slate.
Get that new style hair-cut at Westerfield's.
The classical alcove is now nicely ar
ranged. Ed Rose and A. C. Mayer went homo to
Grand Island to vote.
Mrs. Covell joined her husbandfcat Baxter
Springs, November 13.
Mr. Beach married Miss Celia Soulhworth
October 10, in Denver.
Go to the Glove store 1008 O street, the
best and the cheapest.
See Dr. Hodgman for first-class dental
work at very low prices.
Miss Florence Brown formerly of '07,
called at the Uni. yesterday.
Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity came out
on the morning of November 13.
Don't fail to call and examine the line
line of cloaks at Mrs. Gospcrs, 1114 O St.
Palladians arc already planning great
things In honor of their quarter centennial
Miss Maude Triplett writes from Clinton.
Missouri that life is unbearable without the
Walter Christcnsen, a sweet violinist from
Fremont, favored the Union society with
a solo Friday evening.
Miss Helena Bedford entertained the
Palladians lact Saturday evening, at her
home on south 2Prh strent,
Mr. Riley of the Nelraskan has kindly
consented to let us use his mail boxes. After
this look for your Hesperian there.
See Mr. Noble's advertisement for the
New England. Life insurance has become
a necessity. The sooner you take out a
policy the less it will cost you.
Finally the authorities declare that the
opening of the library building will occur
December 10. The Hksi'Kiuan has no
The Dclians are raising money for fur
nishing their now society hall. Tho com
mittco having the solicitation of funds
T. A. Williams of Brookings, South
Dakota is shaking hands with old University
friends this week. He will remain at the
University for some time.
Miss Mctra Crandall of the class qf '5)8
and a member of Union society, left a short
time ago for Los Angeles, California which
will be her future home.
Miss Maud Hradwiek, one of the instruct
ors of Greek and Latin in the U. B. college
at York was a visitor at the University, .
Monday the 4th of November.
The Historical society received 1100
papers last week. Prof. Barrett, according
ly wears an Sxl2 smile. Ho says there is
a collection of coins on its way to us.
J. L. Marshall, licld secretary of the
students volunteer movement for foreign
missions will soon visit his Alma Mater. His
old acquaintances will be glad to see him
Initiations among the girls' fraternities
have now begun in oarnest. Saturday No
vember !), the Kappas initiated Miss Lowe
and Miss Hoiitz, and pledged Miss Leming
at the home of Miss Mabel Richards.
The members of the Students Volunteer
Band were the guests of Mrs Tucker, 1720
M street, in honor of the twenty-fifth birth
Jay of her son, Mr. F. F. Tucker, last
You can buy a good fountain pen at Her
polsheimers & Go's book department for
1.00. Pencils, note books, dictionaries
arc! translations, as woll as college supplies
in.general are lower in price than any.whoro
else in Lincoln.
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