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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1899)
Erank Rainey vpac sick in be several idays last week..
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Miss Helen Woods will give; a card rparty to aninnber of
her friends this evening. ' 1 ) ;
B. R. Gordon, who has been seriously ill for some time, re
turned to his home near Seward, Tuesday.
The Misses Thompson and Koch wore initiated into the
Delta Delta Delta sorority last Saturday evening.
Tickets will be on sale next week for the Y. M. 0. A. en
tertainment to bo given Tuesday evening, January 31st.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is now the proud possessor of a bear,
a late acquisition from Klondyke, donated by Mr. Sawyer.
Mr. O. T. Reedy, '98, who has been surveying in Wyoming
since ho loft school, is visiting friends at the University.
Company D, cadet battalion, gave their fourth annual hop
in Turpin's hall last Friday evening. About thirty couples were
Mrs. Manning's advanced class in. Elocution rendered
Bang's farce entitled "A Chaffing Dish Party" on Thursday
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon boys have succeeded in Tgetting
possession of a young bear, which has been made the property
of the fraternity. , , . . .
Mr. J. D. Denion, -law class of "'98, .was visiting friendB at
the University last week. He is at present practicing law at
Notice the now advertisement of the Students Supply Store.
They are opening up in their now quarters, 322 North 11th,
and are selling at cost.
The Students Supply Store has moved into the brick block"
just south of the Conservatory, 422 North ,11th. The new
djaartprs are1 milch nJore -convenient .and desirable. "
All our large supply of tablets, note books, fine University
letter and note paper, all going at cost for one week, begin
ning January 23d. The Students Supply Store, removed to
.322 North 11th street.
At a meeting of the Senior class held last Friday afternoon
it was decided to take representation in the Junior Annual.
This act shows that, as far as the Seniors are concerned, there
is no jealousy between the Junior Annual and Senior Class
The proceeds of the Y. M. 0. A. entertainment to be given
Tuesday evening, January 31st, are to be used in fitting up
the room that has lately coma into the possession of the asso
ciation. Tbo committee having the entertainment in charge
guarantee that it will be well worth the price of admission.
The Junior Promenade will be held at the Lincoln hotel,
Friday evening, February 10th. The committee consisted of
Mr. Korsmeyer as chairman, the Misses Woodward, Whiting,
Wiggenhorn, O'Oonnell and Stratton, together with Messrs.
WilliamsVan Valin, Christiansen, Andreson, Moore and
The Little Things.
Which enter into a man's apparel often guage. his
character. It's not onough to wear good clotheE,
one's linen should receive the same attention as hat,
coat and shoes. The latest and best at a fair price.
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AND YOUR FEET
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Don't take our word for it, but come and be convinced.
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