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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1899)
Friday evening Miss Adelloyd Whit
ing entertained in honor of the pledged
members of Kappa Kappa Gamma, the
occasion being the birthday of Miss
Emily Jenkins. At 6:30 the young
ladles sat down to dinner, which was
hardly dispatched when they wore sur
prised by the arrival of a number of
gentlemen who had been invited for
tho evening- The following were tho
guests: Misses Jenkins and Sarbach of
Fuirbury, Emmons and Blanche Em
mons of Denver, Colo.; Saole of Beat
rice, Burt of Superior, Edmiston, Har
greaves, Outcalt, Whedon and Ham
mond; Messrs. Hayes, Wehn, Klllian,
Williams, Sanders, Shedd, Mudge, Mc
K.llup, Crandall, Westerman, Reed,
Whedon, Edmiston, Kind and Hansen.
Miss Estella Douglas had a pretty
birthday party Thursday night at her
home, 1100 Q street. Tho merry com
pany of young folks played high fivo
and danced with the greatest enjoy
ment. A pretty and artistic color com
bination of white, chocolate and pink
was carried out in all tho arrange
ments. The refreshments wore of the
three shades, and Miss Douglas' fluffy
birthday gown was of the pink tone.
The young hostess received many beau
tiful gifts from her friends. Tho guests
were: Misses Hattle Lawlor, Dode
Bennlnghoff, Kate Benninghoff, Mollle
Benninghoff, Myrtle Condon, Kate Wol
tomado, Zella Martin, Elsie Herming
haus, Minnie Peters, Bertha Peters,
Helen Peters, Martha Hashonborger;
Messrs. Sam Bolshaw, George Benning
hoff, James Stewart, Clifford Trcaver,
Arthur Hermlnghaus, Bert Spencer,
Robert Lawlor, Montlo Lum, James
Lawlor, Ed Hashenborger, George
Barr, Max Peters.
Miss Bonnell and Miss Winifred
Bonnell entertained tho members of
Delta Delta Delta fraternity Saturday
afternoon, September 30, at kenslng
ton. Tho fraternity include onsidor
able musical talent In its membership
and music was one of the pleasant di
versions of tho afternoon. The guests
were: Mrs. James Manahan; Mioses
Paddock, Elizabeth Paddock, Lumery,
Koehlor, Reeves, Stewart, Grimson,
Palmer, Poyntor, Mamlo Miller, Voro,
Koch, Lillian Thompson, Cady, Lasch,
Grace Lasch, Clara Smith, Ames, Gund,
Mansfelde, Steele and Du Toll.
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