The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, March 17, 1899, Image 6

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Tho Sigran, Alpha Epsilon fraternity has pledged Ralph
Joel Stebbins went to Omaha Saturday to spend a few days
with his parents.
Easter vacation will begin Thursday morning March 30 and
end Monday evening April 3rd.
The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity will givy a smoker at their
Chapter house Friday evening.
Messrs. Schuff, Lewis andMcNish report a splendid time at
the cake walk, last Friday night.
D. Everett Smith will make an address in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms, next Sunday at 3 o'clock.
The Phi Kappa Psis will give a dancing party at tho Lincoln
Hotel on the evening of April 5th.
The Phi Delta Theta fraternity will give their annual ban
quet at their Cnapter house April 22.
Examination for assistants in the United States Agricultural
department will be held in Omaha, April 11, 1899.
The Junior Annual Board sent out a list of questions in re
gard to the membership in different organizations last week.
Mr. St. Johns, of Northwestern University, who lectured in
our chapel Monday, spent Tuesday with the Wesleyan Univer
sity people.
Civil service examinations for tho position of aid into the
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey will be held in
Omaha, April 11, 1899.
The program that was to have been given by the Unions
before the Orophilian society at Wesleyan last Saturday, has
been postponed till next Saturday.
The Delian girls and boys are preparing to compete with
each other. There will be judges to decide the contest and
the losers have to give a treat to tho winners.
The work on the Junior Annual is being brought rapidly to
a close. Much of the material has already been sent in and
some of the departments have been closed. Jokes are always
acceptable and the board will receive them during this week.
The Y. W. 0. A. has elected the following officers for the
coming year: Katharine Woods, president; Bertha Walvoord,
vice-president; Charlotte Alexander, treasurer; Florence Hallo
well, recording secretary; Emma Woidhart, corresponding
"Cleaning Up1' sale of Books,' Stationary, Music and Pic
tures at Herpolshoimor & Co's next week. Odd lots of the
above goods will be sold at a nominal figure to clean up opr
stock. If you want to get some good things cheap drop in
next Monday.
R. D. Andreson has in his possession an autograph of Ed.
Henry which ho places much value on. It is an agreement
on tho part of Henry to return a note which was written by
Bob and was stolen from the letter boxes. George L. Towne
signs the agreoment as a witness. Some time ago, Andreson
made a demand on Henry for the note and tho latter drew a
revolver. Tuesday evening the former had the latter searched
for concealed weapons. No weapon was found but the par
ties came" to the above agreement.
For sophomores as well as seniors'
Spring styles now in
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The Brownie's
Good Luck . . .
and the reason he looks so happy
is because lie has found a Laundry
that does not tear his shirts not
send his collars home with rough
edges or broken folds.
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Telephone 579.
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