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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1899)
Mr. Schick, of Seward, visited his son, Roy, Sunday,
0. M. Skilea of Ulysoas, spent Saturday ti'ncl Sunday in Lin
Mr. Parnell of Omaha, was the guest of Burt Christie
several days of last week.
MiBS SaydeoBurnham entertains the Delta Gammas Wednes
day afternoon from four to six.
Scott Garoutte came up last week from Kansas City for a
few days visit with Kappa Sigma.
Lee Edwards is constantly improving. His father hopes to
take him home some time this week,
Miss Lottie Whedon entertained the Alumni Chapter of
Kappa Kappa Gamma last Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. D. C. Gillespie, of Republican City, has been visiting
her daughter and son, Buddie, during the past week.
Albert Turpi n will tender a dance to the members of the
various fraternities next Friday evening at Courier hall.
Miss Minnie Eckel, who spent a week visiting with Miss
Douglas, returned to her home at St. Joseph, last Saturday.
Phi Delta Theta entertained the young ladies of Kappa
Kappa Gamma last Saturday evening at the "Phi Delt" house
1522 S street.
The members of the Washburn College base ball team were
pleasantly entertained hiBt Friday evening at the Kappa Sigma
rooniB in the Courier block.
Isaac Gray of Beloit, Kansas, called on Professor BeBsoy,
Monday evening. Mr. Gray and Professor Bessey formerly
wont to college together.
Dr. Bessey has been aBked to lecture before the summer sess
sionof the Marino Biological Laboratory to be held at Wood'
Hall, Massachusetts, next summer.
0. 0. Grigga writes from Tuscarora, Nevada, that he has
been much pleased with the Hesi'Kkian during the last year
both in oditorals and locale. Ho says it has greatly improved
over proceeding yours in some lines,
The Palladia!) society entertained the Orphilian society of
Wesleyan last Friday evening. The program consisted of a
story by MiBS O'Connoll; vocal boIo, Mr. Martin; declamation,
Mr. Talbot; instrumental solo, Miss Poaton, story, Miss Nona
Johnston. The social hour was divided between enjoying the
refreshments in Palladian hall and frequent visits tc the L. S.
0. which whb being played in the chapel by the Dalian boys.
The senior class, at a recent mooting, empowered the com
mittee on commencement orator to act with the chancellor in
securing such a porson aB they doomed advisable. T. F. A
Williams, an alumnus, was present and oxtonded an invitation
to all seniors to attend tho annual alumni banquet which will
bo hold horo during tho commencement week. The class will'
elect a member at its next meeting to respond to a toast at tho
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